Quizzle.com Launches New Credit Improvement Tool to Make Improving, Managing and Learning about Credit Easier than Ever Before

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Online Credit Improvement Action Plan, Personalized to Each User’s Credit & Financial Situation, to Help Consumers Take Their Credit to the Next Level and Keep It There

Quizzle users asked us repeatedly for help with credit

Quizzle (http://www.Quizzle.com), the free and easy way to manage your home, money and credit – all in one spot, has launched a new, online Credit Improvement Tool that will help the Web site’s more than 230,000 registered users improve their credit over four short months and learn to manage it for the long-term future.

The new Credit Improvement Tool includes a “Credit Gauge” that shows a user for free how much he may potentially improve his credit score. If the user opts into the service for a low, one-time cost of $75, he will receive a personalized action plan each month for four months with step-by-step instructions on how to improve his credit based on his unique credit and financial situation.

The new feature includes:

  • A new action plan each month with straight-forward steps about how to improve credit. These steps are unique to each user and refer specifically to actions the user may take with accounts listed on his credit report and with funds he has available.
  • A new credit report and score each month.
  • An interactive simulator that allows a user to see how changes in his personal finances, like income or savings, may affect his credit standing.
  • A renewal option after four months to continue to manage credit for the long-term.
  • Detailed graphs to help user visualize progress.

The new Credit Improvement Tool adds to Quizzle’s current credit offerings, which include a free credit report and free credit score. Quizzle is the only Web site to provide users with both a free credit report and score, no catches, no trial subscriptions, no credit card required.

As is the case with many of Quizzle’s features, the Credit Improvement Tool was developed to fulfill an unmet need of its users:

“Quizzle users asked us repeatedly for help with credit,” said Todd Albery, Quizzle co-creator and CEO. “So we teamed up with the credit scientists at CE Analytics to create a tool that will walk you through the often confusing process of improving your credit, as well as educate you about how credit works so you know what to do to maintain good credit for the future.”

Quizzle is the free and easy way to manage your home, money and credit – all in one spot. The Web site provides free tools and information, including a credit report and score, home value estimate, home loan recommendations, a personal budgeting tool and a “Quizzle Score” as a measurement of overall home, money and credit performance. Quizzle also offers educational applications, like a Credit Improvement Tool, to help those who need it improve their personal finances. By giving people access to the most important information about themselves and the means to make improvements, Quizzle puts control back into the hands of consumers, empowering them to make smart decisions about their lives.

Quizzle is able to provide consumers with freebies through its partnerships with best-of-the-web companies. Each partner agrees to the Quizzle philosophies of helping and educating consumers, and may offer home, money and credit services to users at a low price. All offers and services are 100 percent optional and Quizzle will never sell users’ private information.

For more information, visit https://www.quizzle.com, the Quizzle blog at http://blog.quizzle.com or the Quizzle Twitter page at http://twitter.com/quizzle.


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