CreditScoreResource.com debuts its new logo that symbolizes that commitment to helping consumers get the answers they need to important credit questions. The result has been an honest delivery of important credit rating information without bias.
Online PR News – 09-November-2012 – Minneapolis, Minnesota – CreditScoreResource.com reveals it’s new logo that represents the honest, unbiased answers to credit score rating questions that the average consumer needs answered. After examining the offerings of both CreditScoreResource.com and other credit related websites online, the contributors and editors of CreditScoreResource.com decided to remove corporate affiliations. The team focused on providing the best of their knowledge and experience without the pressure from affiliates to also sell services.
The important difference between CreditScoreResource.com and other credit score rating information websites is that it’s completely free. The credit specialists at CreditScoreResource.com answer your questions and give other credit information in a question/answer format. Guest articles are also posted from some of the industry’s best credit counselors and authors on the subject.
Ethel Wilson, Contributor and Editor of CreditScoreResource.com comments, “We wanted the logo to represent the fluctuation that can happen to anyone’s credit score and also to demonstrate the popular misconceptions around credit scores and credit rating. I think this new logo really shows the uncertainty of what someone’s credit score could be and that we all have questions about credit score ratings.”
Having been featured on several radio stations and TV shows including Oprah and Dr. Phil, CreditScoreResource.com is widely regarded as one of the best and newest websites that offers unbiased credit score rating information to the consumer. It’s the only website of its kind that partners with Google Custom Search to offer unparalleled access to some of the industry’s best advice on credit scores.
Megan Eisenhower, Contributor to CreditScoreResource.com adds, “All of the writers are credit specialists, published credit information authors, licensed accountants, or worked in credit bureaus and other financial institutions. Collectively we’ve seen it all! We want our readers to know that they don’t have to pay someone for credit repair and you don’t have to wait for the bank to tell you if you’ve got the loan you applied for. We’ve written articles about how to obtain your credit report, how to repair it and what types of loans you can get with the credit score you have.”
CreditScoreResource.com has no affiliation with any credit reporting agencies, products, or services so there are no gimmicks, no sales tactics, no hidden fees, and none of the articles are sales pitches. CreditScoreResource.com is no nonsense advice aimed at helping consumers.
CreditScoreResource.com is the only completely free credit score rating information website run by credit specialists. Get answers to your credit related questions clearly and intelligently with facts and examples.