Perspectives on Debt and Education

Posted on Sep 09 2014 by

The following article is a guest post from Paul Combe, President and CEO of Boston-based American Student Assistance.

According to recent Experian research, student loans were the only type of consumer debt to increase during the recession, growing 84 percent from 2008 to 2014. Today, 40 million Americans carry college loans. The average borrower has nearly four different student loans for a total of $29,000.

Keeping track of multiple loan payments and high debt can mean a rough financial start for newly minted college graduates. Evidence is mounting that student debt could be getting in the way of our economic recovery, as growing numbers of millennials delay forming their own households under the weight of their student debt burden.

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Experian’s Instant Prescreen service selected by American 1 Credit Union and Credit Union of Southern California

Posted on Sep 08 2014 by

Experian® chosen for its integration with Symitar, along with streamlined delivery and advanced real-time decisioning  Costa Mesa, Calif., September 8, 2014 — Experian®, the leading global information services company, today announced that American 1 Credit Union and Credit Union of Southern California selected Experian’s Decisioning as a ServiceSM for its Instant Prescreen service that identifies […]

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Tim Howard discusses building his brand and the value of trusted business relationships at the Experian Marketing Services 2014 Client Summit

Posted on Sep 03 2014 by

Experian Marketing Services, a global provider of integrated consumer insights, targeting, data quality and cross-channel marketing, hosted a fireside chat with U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team goalkeeper Tim Howard at its 2014 Client Summit. In the following video clip from that fireside chat, Howard discusses how he decides to align with brands that match his […]

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Experian’s partnership with Ubuntu Education highlights commitment to social responsibility

Posted on Aug 21 2014 by

At Experian, we have a firm commitment to social responsibility. We show that commitment through a broad range of efforts that help communities realize their social and economic potential by investing in community and education programs that foster the financial health of individuals and small businesses across the globe.

As part of this commitment, Experian has more than 100 employees who are certified as Experian Education Ambassadors. These ambassadors educate consumers throughout the United States about credit reporting, credit scoring, fraud and identity theft and other issues in which Experian has expertise. Presentations take place at youth organizations, schools, colleges and universities, faith-based organizations – anywhere people gather and request information about these important subjects.

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Experian Marketing Services’ 2014 Client Summit reinforces the need for authentic storytelling

Posted on Aug 07 2014 by

Experian Marketing Services, a global provider of integrated consumer insights, targeting, data quality and cross-channel marketing, gathered more than 1,000 top marketing executives from the world’s leading brands for the 2014 Client Summit. The event reinforced the importance of storytelling for marketers and how brands need to deliver exceptional and authentic customer experiences.

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Experian launches platform to manage cross-channel fraud risk

Posted on Jul 29 2014 by

 Precise ID® with FraudNet provides a single view of a consumer’s identity across devices Experian®, the leading global information services company, has announced the launch of a cross-channel fraud platform to better authenticate consumers, validate their mobile devices and identify mobile fraud. The platform combines Experian’s Precise ID®, an industry-leading risk-based authentication service, with FraudNet, a global […]

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Driving with the top down? You’re probably highly educated and very successful

Posted on Jul 25 2014 by

Summertime only comes around but once a year. And when it does, you can always expect to see the sun shining brightly, kids eating ice cream and folks heading to the beach.

While all these may be staples of the season, none are more indicative of summer than seeing someone drive down the highway in a nice convertible with the wind blowing through their hair.

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Ori Eisen featured on BloombergTV

Posted on Jul 25 2014 by

Ori Eisen, founder of the 41st Parameter, a part of Experian, and Frank Abagnale Jr. spoke with Bloomberg TV recently about new major new fraud threats emerging and how Experian can help protect organizations and their customers from becoming victims. Experian’s fraud prevention and identity management business helps clients combat the global fraud epidemic costing businesses […]

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