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I often takes notes while on conference calls or in seminars by using a sort of self created shorthand (that I often am unable to decipher later). One understandable yet perplexing aspect of that shorthand is my use of FU. … Continue Reading
Even if you’re not involved in the finance world, chances are you’ve heard of cryptocurrencies. There are several types of cryptocurrencies, but the most common ones are Ethereum, Litecoin, Dash, and, of course, Bitcoin. But what, exactly, is Bitcoin? Is … Continue Reading
The Equifax Debacle, Part II Which Reminded Me That Cahoots is One of my Favorite Words On September 18, National Mortgage News posted this headline: “Are credit bureaus, housing groups in cahoots to kill FICO scores?” And there it was … Continue Reading
The country was appalled when recent news about the Equifax hack spread. Equifax hack: What’s the worst that can happen? Equifax breach may kill repeal of CFPB mandatory arbitration rule Seven aftershocks of the Equifax breach: What bankers need to … Continue Reading
If you’re currently looking to get a new credit card, consider Blispay Visa® Card. It can be used wherever Visa cards are accepted, and it sports some pretty exciting promotional offers. For example, Blispay is currently offering a “No Payments … Continue Reading
Recently, while doing some research on mortgages, I came across this paragraph on QuickenLoans.com: “To get the ball rolling on your new payment, we need your credit score. This is something every mortgage company requires. The credit check only takes … Continue Reading
WHAT IS TRENDED CREDIT DATA? Credit scoring is a way that lenders predict whether a consumer will pay on time. This has typically been accomplished by generating a FICO score. Read more on FICO from previous blogs (scroll down to … Continue Reading