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Experian seems to really take consumer information to heart
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We're so happy to have Experian as our partner
– National Consumer League
Lee Lundy, Senior Vice President and head of Experian‘s National Consumer Assistance Center, talks about the changes and processes adopted by the consumer call center and how Experian is committed to helping consumers, regardless of the time it takes to resolve their issue.
Rod Griffin, Director of Public Education for Experian, discusses the tools and resources that can help you proactively manage, build and improve your credit.
Experian #CreditChat is an online discussion that happens on Twitter and YouTube every Wednesday at 3 p.m. ET. It's an educational and fun hour when we discuss credit and money issues with consumers, personal finance writers, academics, and financial organizations.
Laura Levine, President of the Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy, talks about Experian’s partnership with JumpStart and the company’s commitment to financial education.
Sally Greenberg, Executive Director of the National Consumer League, talks about how Experian has worked with NCL to develop and promote its LifeSmarts program, a financial literacy and consumer knowledge program for teens that helps young people across the country better understand personal finance and consumer rights and responsibilities.