Personal Finance in the News 3.21.14

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Have you heard about how your social media activity could impact your credit score? It’s a scary concept, said’s Director of Consumer Education Gerri Detweiler, but it’s also not something to be too worried about at this point. She talked about the topic with a reporter from MarketWatch. Gerri and Adam Levin, chairman and co-founder of, covered a variety of other topics with the media, including ATM fraud and credit card expiration dates, which you can read about in the stories below:

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