|31.||Credit score gibberish, state of New York #n511
#HelloNewYork! Revamp for the Department of Financial Services. Copy-and-paste. Easy-breezy. #DotGov
|28.||Interdepartmental communication, New Hampshire #n509
#HelloNewHampshire! Here is a message from the governor's press secretary. #DotGov
|27.||Credit score mystery: The magic words and the magic number
Words: I'm with the media, and I'm on deadline! Number: 687. #n512
|26.||n539 - Bank name on state of North Dakota website disappears
Information changes following creditscoring.com writer's contact with governor's office and Bremer Bank.
|20.||The efficacy of telephone calls to the Associated Press
The telephone calls were a waste of time. Put it in writing. Get it in writing.
|13.||Experian on 30 percent, the credit utilization ratio magic number
Audio of Experian spokesman on 30%, 10%, very high, very low, rule of-thumb and ultimate goal for credit card balance to-limit ratios, and closing accounts. #Myth4 #1503b
|11.||Forget credit scores-- Bloomberg can't even get history right.
Bloomberg organization publishes and maintains false reports about American history, and repeats the myth that employers use credit scores. #Myth2 #Myth6
|4.||Credit score Myth 4 and the United States government #myth4
#Myth4 (alleged utilization ratio magic number) gets scrutiny thanks to Consumer Reports and the CFPB (aka BCFP)