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Credit.com in the News 4.18.14

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If you haven’t had time to catch up on the Heartbleed news, we have some info for you. Credit.com Chairman Adam Levin gave a lot of advice to consumers concerned about the impact of Heartbleed, anĀ Internet security vulnerability that affected about two-thirds of websites.

Beyond the big news surrounding Heartbleed, Adam and Credit.com’s Director of Consumer Education Gerri Detweiler answered consumers’ pressing questions about credit card interest rates, overdraft fees and what to do about money issues in the family. Here are a few of the pieces featuring our experts:

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