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Credit.com in the News 8.9.13

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This week the experts from Credit.com contributed to a wide range of news outlets on subjects including identity theft, email protection, debt collection and rebuilding credit. Check out the hits…

Credit.com Chairman and Co-Founder Adam Levin was on Fox Business urging people to take caution when using hotel Wi-Fi. @GerriWillisFBN

Adam spoke to the Detroit Free Press about viewing your credit report as a resume opposed to a rap sheet. @tompor

Adam explains what steps to take to protect your identity online while speaking to MarketWatch. @MarketWatch 

Adam talked to Fox Business news about how stores track and use your cellphone data@FoxBusiness

Credit.com’s Director of Consumer Education Gerri Detweiler was on CNNMoney discussing how to make the most of interest rates. @CNNMoney

Gerri spoke to USA Today about a new partnership between American Express and Wells Fargo. @USAtoday

Gerri spoke to MarketPlace about how to rebuild and apply for credit. @MarketPlaceAPM

Gerri looked at deceptive charges to your accounts or “grey charges” with Fox Business News. @FoxBusiness

Gerri spoke to the Santa Cruz Sentinel about medical billing and debt collection. @scsentinel

Gerri asks US News readers to think about the long-term implications before opening up a store credit card. @USNews

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