Personal Finance

Credit.com in the News 5.16.14

Advertiser Disclosure Comments 0 Comments

This week, the European Union’s highest court ruled that Google must comply with its citizens’ requests to remove Internet search results. It’s called “the right to be forgotten,” and it doesn’t exist in the United States. Adam Levin, chairman and co-founder of Credit.com, analyzed the ruling and talked about how U.S. consumers can protect their online identity. Adam also joined the Wall Street Journal radio team for their new Credit Minute feature, in which he gives quick, helpful advice to consumers curious about credit.

Gerri Detweiler, Credit.com’s director of consumer education, has you covered for basic financial advice, as well, in an article including tips on student loans and the best time to buy plane tickets.

Comments on articles and responses to those comments are not provided or commissioned by a bank advertiser. Responses have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by a bank advertiser. It is not a bank advertiser's responsibility to ensure all posts and/or questions are answered.

Please note that our comments are moderated, so it may take a little time before you see them on the page. Thanks for your patience.

Certain credit cards and other financial products mentioned in this and other articles on Credit.com News & Advice may also be offered through Credit.com product pages, and Credit.com will be compensated if our users apply for and ultimately sign up for any of these cards or products. However, this relationship does not result in any preferential editorial treatment.