You know that your credit is important.
From getting a mortgage, to buying a car, to getting the best insurance rates, your credit can impact how much you pay, and whether you get the loan you need.
Staying on top of your credit is important if you want to save thousands of dollars over your lifetime.
On top of that, identity theft is the fastest growing crime, and everyone is vulnerable.
No matter how hard you try to keep your information safe, there is no way to completely guarantee that you won’t end up the victim of identity theft.
One of the earliest ways to catch identity fraud is to keep tabs on what is happening with your credit.
Because good credit is such a concern, and because identity theft is a very real fear, many people turn to credit monitoring services. These services can help you keep track of whether or not your credit is improving, as well as notify you when someone opens credit in your name (and signaling that someone else might be using your identity).
But are credit monitoring services worth it? Continue Reading