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Consumers have credit record rights
According to the Standard & Poor’s Global Financial Literacy Survey, only 57 percent of adults in the United States are considered financially literate. April is National Financial Literacy Month and a good time to take steps toward becoming more financially savvy so you will be subject to fewer risks and a brighter financial future. Here, attorney Ronald Burdge of Burdge Law Office Co., LPA provides an overview of credit scores and why it is important to be vigilant about maintaining credit records.
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Date Published: April 24, 2018