While our credit experts are tirelessly working to bring you the latest news on the Credit.com blog, they are also asked for their insight from other news outlets. We would like to share all our experts’ pearls of wisdom, whether they be from us or a friendly news outlet, so please take a look at this week’s stories from some of our favorite publications.
Credit.com Named One of the Best Money Websites
Credit.com was named one of the 102 best money websites by Liz Weston and MSN Money. Weston wrote, “I like this site for its blog, which is full of breaking news and thoughtful analysis of current trends. One of my favorite debt experts, Gerri Detweiler, contributes to this site, which educates users about all things credit-related.” Nice shout out, @gerridetweiler. Thanks @lizweston and @MSN_money! We think you’re pretty great too…
Credit.com Co-founder Adam Levin wrote a story about the state of online privacy, which was picked up by BoingBoing. While the topic has made headline news and there have been some wins on the side of privacy, ambiguous language may still allow government to make “enforceable requests” to subvert the privacy of users. The story was also mentioned by NetworkWorld.com. @BoingBoing @networkworld
The Best Credit Union Credit Cards
Credit unions are gaining in popularity. Partly due to consumers desire for lower rates, familiar faces and sticking it to big banks, but another benefit could be the credit union credit card. These cards are sometimes the best in the industry and you can find them with a little bit of research—or simply let our credit card expert Beverly Harzog give you some advice. @mainstr