Radio: Equifax Breach and Financial Peace
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David John Marotta was interviewed on Radio 1070 WINA’s Schilling Show discussing the Equifax breach and Financial Peace University.

Equifax Compromised Your Identity; Lock Down Your Credit.
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The result of this data breach is that anyone with this information will be able to pretend to be you and apply for credit in your name at any time in the future. There is only one way to guard yourself against this possibility: Lock down your credit.

How To Enroll in Equifax’s Free Credit Monitoring
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None of these services makes up for the fact that your sensitive information has been accessed. And after this breach you should assume that every scam artist has all of your information.

Equifax Compromised Your Credit Cards
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Equifax admitted recently that hackers gained access to the sensitive identify and financial information in their database for 143 million people (44% of the U.S. population).

Radio: Nine Ways to Secure Your Finances
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Here are nine steps you should take to make it more difficult for criminals and identity thieves to steal your personal information.

How to Keep Your Identity Safe Online
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Here are some rules for handling your digital security.

The Only Right Answer To “Debit or Credit?”
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“Debit or Credit?” is a trick question. There is only one right answer and it’s not the one that benefits the store whose asking.

7 Things to Keep in Your Wallet & 6 Things to Leave at Home
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What should you keep in your wallet? And what precautions should you take in case it gets lost or stolen?

Protecting Your Identity: Credit Reports and Credit Freezes
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Even if you think you have good credit, periodically check the facts on your credit report anyway. Your credit report will outline your full credit history. And it can help you verify you have not been the victim of identity theft.

Schwab VeriSign Security Measures
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As well as general online security, which includes a unique user name and password, and a system which locks you out if you guess the combination more than twice, Schwab has several optional verification methods.

Securing Your Credit
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A U.S. Public Interest Research Group report in 2004 found that one in four credit reports have serious errors that could significantly lower your chances of being approved.

A Full Credit Lockdown
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Identity theft is becoming distressingly common as personal information becomes easier to swipe.

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