Employment - Experian
Federal law allows potential and current employers to view a modified version of your credit report for employment purposes such as hiring and promoting.
What Happens to Your Credit When You Get Married? - Experian
Getting married does not change your credit file or your spouse's. Find out if changing your name impacts your credit, whether to merge accounts and more.
Planning for Retirement - Experian
Your goal as you near retirement should be to minimize or eliminate your debt and not carrying any balances on your credit cards.
Purchases - Experian
To help you plan for major purchases, Experian® has put together a list of essential steps to take toward achieving your dream purchases.
Preventing Fraud - Experian
Learn the warning signs and get the information you need to prevent credit fraud and identity theft. Get information on Experian's id theft services.
Credit Card Fraud: What to Do If You’re a Victim - Experian
If someone has made unauthorized charges on your credit card or if you believe you're a victim of identity theft, there are important steps you can take.
Fraud Resources - Experian
All of the available tools and resources needed from Experian, other credit agencies, and organizations dedicated to fighting identity theft.
Fraud Prevention - Experian
Preventing fraud can include keeping your personal items and information safe, and safely navigating the internet. Learn some simple prevention tips.
Victim Assistance - Experian
Experian suggests that you follow a four-step process if you notice something unfamiliar or suspicious on one of your accounts.
About Checking Your Credit Report - Experian
When should you check your credit report? Learn about correcting errors and how you may qualify for free or discounted credit reports.