Credit.com Launches New Site to Promote Credit Education

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Credit.com, an industry leader in online consumer education and financial resource, announced a major re-launch of its Web site today with an updated look and feel, streamlined site navigation, more informative product reviews and a new "Credit Answers Engine" that gives consumers quick answers to their credit questions.

Our goal is to help consumers learn how to actively manage their credit with the same care and diligence as their savings and investments. We re-designed the Web site around that idea, to put the power back in consumers' hands

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Credit.com, an industry leader in online consumer education and financial resource, announced a major re-launch of its Web site today with an updated look and feel, streamlined site navigation, more informative product reviews and a new "Credit Answers Engine" that gives consumers quick answers to their credit questions. The new site navigation also provides easy access to the site's tools and news, and a selection of credit cards, credit scoring products and unbiased product reviews by its team of experts.

Credit.com's new Web site builds on the success of the award-winning Credit Report Card, which is a free online credit scorecard that grades consumers on the five components that make up their credit scores, and gives useful tips and information on how to better manage credit. Money Magazine recently highlighted the Credit Report Card and named Credit.com one of the 20 Best Money Web Sites in its March 2010 issue.

"We can't emphasize enough how much credit influences your quality of life. It can affect your ability to get a loan, job, car, apartment, mortgage, cell phone, even insurance, which is why it's so critical to understand how to manage this cornerstone of your finances," said Credit.com Chairman and Co-Founder Adam Levin, a former Director of the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs.

"Our goal is to help consumers learn how to actively manage their credit with the same care and diligence as their savings and investments. We re-designed the Web site around that idea, to put the power back in consumers' hands," said Credit.com CEO Ian Cohen.

About Credit.com Credit.com provides straightforward education and "best of breed" products to help consumers make better financial decisions. Credit.com was established in 1995 with the goal of helping consumers with any credit standing to establish, rebuild, enhance and effectively use credit. Our industry experts create clear paths for consumers looking to improve their finances. For more information, go to http://www.credit.com.

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