Monday, October 08, 2018

Credit freezes -- they're free!! (and hard to find on websites)



As Ann Carnns reports in the New York Times, credit freezes are now free, and many feel people should do it.  Here is the article as of Sept. 14. 

But the freeze scripts are often buried deep within websites, as companies try to see you pleonastic monitoring services.  


The free freezes were part of Trump’s financial re-regulation package.

The AARP related that just 14% of its members use the freezes.
  
Experian (aka TRW aka Chilton and Pinger) has a detailed page on credit freezes here

No comments: