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Credit.com in the News 10.12.13

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So far this month, the Credit.com credit experts have kept busy by answering questions about credit card rewards and managing debt, and they’ve also weighed in on timely topics like smart holiday shopping and identity theft concerns with the Affordable Care Act.

Here are a few places where you can find their interviews:

Credit.com’s Director of Consumer Education Gerri Detweiler talked to several outlets about getting the best use out of credit card rewards.

KGO Radio talked to Gerri about credit card perks hidden in fine print (@MFinney), and the Detroit Free Press quoted Gerri in a story about how people lose their rewards (@tompor). Gerri also talked to Fox Business News about how to not lose rewards (@GerriWillisFBN).

Adam Levin, Credit.com’s co-founder and chairman, spoke with WTOP about questions to ask before getting a store credit card, as those cards can bring great discounts, as well as high interest rates (@dsotisWTOP).

Strategies for shopping discounts, like store cards, are important to consider this time of year, with the holidays only several weeks away. The Washington Times interviewed Gerri on how to keep the holiday shopping bills in check, so the New Year doesn’t come with a pile of debt (@GetOutOfDebtGuy).

Money Talks News interviewed Gerri on an always-relevant topic: What happens to debt after death? (There are a lot of answers to this, so it’s crucial to do a little research and ask questions.)

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