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Credit.com in the News 9.9.13

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Privacy issues have been all over the news, and Credit.com’s experts have weighed in on the issue for a handful of media outlets. Here’s where our experts have given credit tips recently:

The Columbus Dispatch ran a piece from the Dallas Morning News, in which Credit.com Co-Founder and Chairman Adam Levin spoke about protecting children against identity theft. (@pamelayip)

On a similar note, Credit.com’s Director of Consumer Education Gerri Detweiler spoke to WFLA TV in Tampa, Fla., about college students and identity theft. (@TVStacie) Gerri also highlighted identity theft risks for college students in a conversation with the Sacramento Bee. (@Claudia_Buck)

Gerri talked to CNBC about negotiating bank fees. (@KelliGrant) She also spoke to KGO Radio on the topic. (@KGOradio)

Finally, Gerri spoke to Fox Business News to say that while some startups are using social media to judge a consumer’s creditworthiness, such practices may violate consumer protections. (@FoxBusiness)

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