Announces Publication of New Guide to Credit Scores

The leading U.S. based bad credit loan comparison site has written and published a new guide to help consumers understand credit scores better in order to effectively manage their finances

Aug 21, 2013, 08:30 ET from

CINCINNATI, August 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --, the McAfee Secure™ rated personal loan comparison site for Americans, has announced the publication of a new article on its website. In a bid to help navigate consumers through the complicated and often confusing world of credit scores, the site has produced a clear and comprehensive guide on the topic. Entitled "A Guide to Credit Scores," the article examines the importance of knowing your score, accessing your credit files for verification and what the different categories of credit scoring actually mean.

The site provides free lender introduction and comparison services for consumers with bad credit or challenging financial circumstances. It is partnered with a large number of professional, reliable and reputable lenders that can offer fast application consideration and quick disbursements to successful applicants. As a part of this service delivery, the site also offers a wide range of informative and educational articles on a variety of consumer finance and bad credit topics. The new "Guide to Bad Credit" is the most recent addition to the site's resources library.

Ben Milo, spokesperson for, made the announcement of the new guide's availability.

"We are pleased to announce the publication of a new Guide to Credit Scores which we have put together as a practical, definitive and helpful tome on the subject.  Although most consumers are generally aware if they have very bad or very good credit, most are unaware of how this is calculated, if it is correct and how they can go about examining their credit files to see their contents. We have produced a guide that tells consumers where they can go online to get a yearly free credit report from each of the major bureaus, how to interpret it and what to do if they have been a victim of identity theft. We invite consumers to visit the site and read the free guide."

The guide also covers which federal protections exist to challenge incorrect credit reporting. The Federal Trade Commission has outlined a formal procedure to be followed and the guide provides links to the forms that should be completed to activate the necessary steps.

To read the full guide for free, visit:

Ben Milo