During the Pandemic, most consumers reported an increase in their credit scores, driven by spending less money, spending more time
2020 has been the most challenging in recent history. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed how Americans celebrate the holidays and
With millions of people out of work during the pandemic, credit card companies are lowering their risk by slashing limits and in some cases closing accounts outright. It’s a bad situation made worse during these unprecedented times.
Lawmakers press credit bureaus to temporarily stop reporting negative dings.