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Commitment to Consumer Education
As the global leader in the credit business, it is our responsibility to assist
lenders in managing consumer credit risk, and importantly, to empower consumers to
understand and responsibly use credit in their financial lives. These responsibilities
require a commitment – a commitment from us to play a leading role in helping
consumers understand the fundamentals of credit management and how they can benefit
from this growing marketplace reliant upon credit.
Experian was the first credit bureau to create a consumer education program 20
years ago. Experian believes that a knowledgeable consumer is an empowered consumer.
We have a long and continuing commitment to helping people of all ages obtain the
knowledge they need to be financially successful.
For almost two decades we have published Ask Experian, the industry’s first online credit advice
column, responding regularly to consumer-submitted questions about credit reporting,
credit scoring, fraud and identity theft and other topics.
We engage with consumers through social media and speak at national financial
literacy programs every year. Join us for our weekly #CreditChat and our daily Periscope
broadcasts. Learn more at www.experian.com/creditchat
We seek powerful partnerships with businesses, consumer organizations, educators
and others to share accurate, actionable information. Experian awards more than $500,000
annually to non-profit organizations developing innovative programs that help people
become more financially capable.
We empower our employees to be education ambassadors volunteering their time to
participate in education programs for consumer groups and the communities where they
live and work.
Our commitment to credit education remains strong, and will only grow as we continue
to look for ways to engage with and help educate consumers.