FU, as in Following Up! Equifax, Reverse Mortgages, and More!

Written by Kathleen Heck on April 3, 2018
Following Up

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


The Equifax Debacle, Part II: Repercussions & Updates

Written by Kathleen Heck on September 20, 2017
Equifax Cyber Security

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


Um, Hacked Much? A Summary of the Equifax Breach

Written by Kathleen Heck on September 11, 2017

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