Scott Smith

As president of CreditRepair.com, Scott Smith manages the credit repair delivery process for enrolled members, supervising a staff of dedicated consumer advocates and communications specialists. Scott has worked with CreditRepair.com since its inception and developed many of its key, results-driven strategies.

Posts by Scott Smith
21
Dec
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19
Aug
shutterstock_223412911 Lenders use credit reports and credit scores to determine your credibility and trustworthiness when you apply for credit or a loan. Read More...

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05
Aug
shutterstock_431391955 Once you’re in your 30s, it’s essential to make retirement planning a priority. Read More...
22
Jun
  credit repair According to an analysis of over 10 million users performed by credit bureau TransUnion, almost half of millennials (Americans age 18 – 36) have “subprime” credit — meaning a credit score that is below 600. Read More...
27
May
shutterstock_371761969 Do you have any credit cards you rarely use? Read More...

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18
May
shutterstock_378771547 Financial education is important for individuals to establish good financial management skills and behaviors. Read More...

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11
May
shutterstock_344117816 Fraud alerts on your credit report can be powerful safeguards against identity theft and credit fraud. Read More...

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25
Apr
shutterstock_343033460 April is National Financial Literacy Month – a month dedicated to promoting financial literacy and helping Americans learn and establish good financial behaviors. Read More...

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21
Apr
shutterstock_105669161 As young people reach the age of 18, they often start their adult lives with no credit history whatsoever. Read More...

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11
Apr
shutterstock_88985536 2015’s Credit Card Debt Trends Earlier this month CardHub released its 2015 Credit Card Debt Study, which compiled data on American credit card habits last year, and the findings could be troubling for America’s financial future. Read More...

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