CBS4′s Gloria Neal has been looking into how you can improve your credit score and avoid mistakes during Consumer Protection Week.
Businesses should not use a credit report to rate a potential employee, according to a Colorado consumer group.
A letter indicated a negative report on your credit report and asking for personal information is causing concern among some Metro Area residents.
A bill that has been the subject of heated debate at the state Capitol has passed the Senate and moves forward to the House.
Fraud experts agree that consumers need to keep track of their credit by regularly checking their credit reports. Bankers will be at the Jefferson County District Attorney Office’s Community Safety Fair going through credit reports for free.
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