The whole idea behind MyCreditClassroom.com is to provide a comfortable atmosphere with quality content where users can focus on learning without having to decipher whether they are getting biased information.
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Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) October 02, 2012
There is finally a website for people eager to learn about their personal finances without being bombarded by pop-up advertisements and cheesy sales pitches.
MyCreditClassroom.com provides quality information on a wide range of personal finance topics, such as personal loans and credit cards, to help individuals educate themselves in order to make more informed decisions about their personal finances.
“Everyone has experienced being overwhelmed by credit card advertisements and sales pitches on the internet, especially when searching for helpful information on topics such as repairing your credit. The whole idea behind MyCreditClassroom.com is to provide a comfortable atmosphere with quality content where users can focus on learning without having to decipher whether they are getting biased information,” says Cullie Burris, MyCreditClassroom.com's marketing coordinator.
Finding quality information on topics like personal loans is scarce these days, as most websites in the industry are simply trying to cram payday loans and credit card offers down consumer’s throats.
Currently, MyCreditClassroom.com has 6 main topics consumers can learn about:
- Auto Loans
- Credit Cards
- Credit Repair
- Health Insurance
- Life Insurance
- Personal Loans
Visitors can venture further into more specific subcategories of these topics to get the precise answers they may be searching for. In the event a visitor cannot find the answer they are looking for, they can “Ask the Professor” and the MyCreditClassroom support team will have a unique response to their question within 24 hours.
With a combination of quality content and a user-friendly, classroom-like design, MyCreditClassroom.com is a great credit resource for anyone looking to educate themselves on their personal finances. Visit MyCreditClassroom.com, your #1 credit resource, to learn more.