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The Credit Line: Insider ID Theft, Car Buying and the Lowdown on Rewards

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Tune in to this week’s installment of The Credit Line, hosted by Credit.com’s chairman and co-founder Adam Levin on Los Angeles’ KFWB 980 AM this Saturday, June 4th, at 9 a.m. PST/Noon EST.

The show is co-hosted by L.A. radio personality Jeff Levy.

Bank Fraud — Inside Job … Is Anyone Safe?

We’re talking to LA Times writer David Lazarus about his recent story about insider identity theft at Bank of America. A BofA employee with access to customers’ banking records leaked sensitive data to a ring of scammers. Lazarus also shares the lessons he learned from becoming a victim of identity theft.

Easier Credit for Car Buyers

Good news!  Buying a car got a little bit easier in the first quarter of 2001. Loan issuers are loosening lending standards, and lenders are giving more money to people with lower credit scores. Melinda Zabritski and Rod Griffin from Experian are talking with us about what consumers need to know in the current automotive lending climate.

The Lowdown on Credit Card Rewards

How can you tell a rewards credit card is too good to be true? How can you maximize your rewards? Credit.com’s credit card expert Beverly Harzog joins us to talk about getting the most out of rewards, and avoiding common traps.

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