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Credit.com in the News 8.26.13

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In the past few weeks, Credit.com’s experts have spoken to the news media about privacy, bank fees and back-to-school credit concerns. Here are a few of those interviews:

Credit.com Chairman and Co-Founder Adam Levin was on Fox Business News to discuss securing Wi-Fi enabled home appliances keep out hackers. Adam revisited the topic with Fox Business News later in the month.@FoxBusiness

Adam spoke to Telemundo 47 about back-to-school child identity theft. @TelemundoNY

Credit.com Director of Consumer Education Gerri Detweiler talked to RetailMeNot.com about credit card options for college students. @RetailMeNot

In a MarketWatch story, Adam said the NSA isn’t alone in checking up on you — employers are regular privacy invaders, too. @Quantanamo

Gerri talked to KGO Radio about six credit scores consumers should be aware of. @KGOradio

Gerri discussed Credit.com’s recent bank-fee survey with Time magazine. @TIME

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