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Wells Fargo Scandal: Have You Checked Your Credit Report Lately?

October 11th 2016 by
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Keeping an eye on your credit report allows you to monitor any errors that come up. At Aspire, we offer free credit report reviews and try to help you understand what’s happening with your accounts, but it also helps for you to look at your report once a year at annualcreditreport.com (you get one free look every year). Why is it so important? Even companies you think you can trust, like Wells Fargo, can be corrupt. Wells Fargo Employees Opened Millions of Unauthorized Bank Accounts Since 2011, Wells Fargo employees have been opening deposit and credit card accounts without notifying…

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The Counterfeit Goods Industry is Booming

August 2nd 2016 by
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If you’ve ever ordered a designer bag or the latest gadget and were disappointed when it arrived, you’re not alone.  Counterfeit goods have become a $461 billion industry because of companies taking advantage of unsuspecting buyers.  Here are some ways to avoid buying these knock-offs so you know you are getting the real deal. You can also watch the video on this topic: Use a Credit Card Although it won’t necessarily protect you from receiving counterfeit items, one way to protect yourself is by using a credit card when you purchase the order online.  This way, when you receive the item and…

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Scammers Targeting Those Waiting to Receive New Cards

Posted in Security/Scams
July 27th 2016 by
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Hackers are developing new and improved ways to steal your information to harm your identity and your bank account. Fortunately, technology is evolving as well. The new EMV chip credit and debit cards are designed to be more secure and prevent hackers from easily stealing your information.  But although the chip cards themselves are secure, be aware of scams that are surfacing if you are still waiting for your new card. Fraudulent Emails The Federal Trade Commission warns that scammers are impersonating card issuers by sending emails claiming that the person needs to update their account by clicking the link…

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Some Outlet Stores are Ripping Off Customers

July 19th 2016 by
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If you enjoy going to outlet stores to find steep discounts on your favorite brands, how do you know if you are truly receiving a discount?  Unfortunately, many outlet stores offer deceptive “discounts” in order to lure in their customers. In one case at a Bass Outlet store, a customer purchased a pair of boots that were “on sale” for $45 with the “original” price being $180.  However, the $180 price never existed.  That customer is now the lead plaintiff in a lawsuit seeking class-action status over false discounts at outlet stores. A Growing Trend These phantom discounts are proving to…

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Why You Should Check Your Child’s Credit Score

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June 21st 2016 by
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It is pretty obvious that we should all check our credit reports for fraudulent activity.  However, it is also a good idea to check your child’s credit report as well.  Sound strange?  Unfortunately, identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in our country, and it’s affecting all ages. Identity Theft and Children Before your children are even old enough to apply for a credit card or student loans, keep a close eye on their credit reports because they are still at risk for identity theft.  Identity thieves find targeting children to be ideal because they can get away with the…

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