Having a financial strategy to deal with challenging times, such as the one caused by COVID-19, is important to ensure your financial status is protected. Here are our tips that consumers can follow to better protect their financial well being during this time.
Many consumers have questions about credit and debt during this uncertain time because of COVID-19. Here's a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) consumers had about their credit.
Credit is a very useful tool, however, if you don’t use it responsibly, it could hurt your credit record and score. Here’s an infographic and article with Compuscan’s 9 tips for responsible credit use .
Being a responsibly borrower will help you avoid getting into arrears or defaulting on a loan. This article will help you understand what it means to be a responsible borrower.
Have you defaulted on a loan? Here’s a plan of action to help you get back on your feet if you have.
Defaulting on your credit agreement usually has negative consequences. Here’s a list of possible outcomes as well as a plan of action to remedy your situation.
Just like having savings and insurance, having a personal information protection plan is important to protect yourself against identity theft.
Has your credit application been denied? Do you know why? Here’s a list of possible reasons why your credit application was declined.
Do you know what documents you need for proof of address? This article will help you understand which documents you can use when a lender requires proof of residence.