NationalCreditReport.com Establishes Social Media Platforms Offering More Ways To Protect Yourself From Identity Theft

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Credit monitoring services company will use social media sites such as Facebook, YouTube and Twitter to showcase their products and explain the differences in free credit reports and how to read them.

NationalCreditReport.com, a leading credit monitoring services company, announced the launch of their social media channels. Using Facebook, YouTube and Twitter, the company will publish videos and reports on ways to protect yourself from identity theft and credit card fraud. The interactive websites also play a crucial role in providing consumers an alternative way to learn about free credit reports and ways to improve your credit report and scores.

NationalCreditReport.com's social media pages are designed with the consumer in mind. Each video and post will be extremely relevant, offering protection tips and ways to protect yourself from identity theft along with credit monitoring advice, and new industry tools and news. Individuals are encouraged to comment and leave messages for other consumers and ask questions for credit monitoring services experts to answer.

"There are a lot of sources on the Internet where people can turn for free credit reports and some receive false information. Now, because so many consumers are connected through social media, we have developed a social media plan that will help demystify the industry and educate consumers about credit monitoring services, credit reports, credit scores and identity theft. We ask consumers to become a fan, or "friend" us to receive the most accurate and up-to-date information regarding free credit reports, credit monitoring and preventing identity theft," said Samuel S. Ambrose, vice president of marketing and operations at NationalCreditReport.com.

About NationalCreditReport.com
Since 2004, NationalCreditReport.com has specialized in providing credit information and credit monitoring services to consumers to help protect them from identity theft and understand their credit reports and scores.

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