Tuesday Aug 19
FTC Approves Final Orders Settling Charges Against Fandango and Credit Karma
Following a public comment period, the Federal Trade Commission has approved final orders settling charges against Fandango, Inc. and Credit Karma, Inc. According to the FTC's complaints, the companies' mobile apps left consumers' sensitive personal information, including credit card information and Social Security numbers, vulnerable to ... (more)
Get a Free Credit Report More Than Once a Year
Consumers are entitled to receive a free credit report annually from each of the three major credit bureaus: Equifax, Experian and TransUnion.
Credit Karma begins offering free credit reports as often as weekly
Consumers who want a free credit report along with a free credit score can now get them from one source - CreditKarma.com.
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Startup launches free weekly credit reports - and it's not a scam
Online credit monitoring startup Credit Karma is now offering consumers weekly credit reports and scores that are "actually free, not free*," writes TechCrunch's Sarah Perez.
Credit Karma introduces it free credit report
Normal credit holders check their credit report for free approximately three times throughout the year.
Mobile Application: Security Best Practices
The industry for mobile applications is growing rapidly. As companies and independent developers look to gain - or strengthen - footholds in this competitive space, the Federal Trade Commission asks , " is security keeping up" with mobile application companies' public assurances of safety? The potential pitfalls of overpromising and underperforming ... (more)