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Credit.com in the News 3.16.11

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Credit.com in the NewsThis week the experts from Credit.com contributed to a wide range of news outlets on subjects including identity theft, password security and the best credit for new users and newlyweds. Check out the hits…

Credit.com Co-Founder and Chairman Adam Levin explains the vulnerability cellphone users have when it comes to mobile message hacking or “smishing” to WSJ MarketWatch. @Adam_K_Levin  @MarketWatch @JenWatersMKW

Adam spoke with WSJ Daily Wrap about the rapidly rising and complex problem of hacking, data security and identity theft. (8:30 mark) @DailyWrapWSJ @MichaelCastner

Credit.com Director of Consumer Education Gerri Detweiler warns US News and World Report readers that a rewards card may be too tempting for new credit card users. @GerriDetweiler @USNewsMoney @DanielBortz

Free Credit Check & MonitoringGerri advocates for simplifying and regulating medical debt and making it similar to credit card debt on AZcentral.com. @azcentral @robertanglen

Adam recommended that a NJ.com reader research, separate and dispute the information on a credit report they thought could be in accurate. @njdotcom

Adam spoke about fabricating password security answers on Techlicious. @techlicious

Adam reminds ABC 6 viewers the importance of money management for the newly engaged and married. (Video below.) @ABC6 @AmyBuckman

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