Tampa, FL — July 01, 2015 — Dave Fulk, president of National Credit Federation, published a new article entitled “How to Play It Safe With Online Financial Transactions.” In the article, he reveals five simple things people can do to ensure they are making secure online purchases and keeping their credit safe.
Fulk says, “When maintaining or improving your credit score is important to you, there’s nothing more intimidating than making a purchase that you’re not entirely sure is secure. As more and more business transactions happen online, it’s becoming increasingly commonplace to make even everyday purchases over the internet. So how do you protect yourself — and your credit — when so much of your personal information is on the line?”
Dave Fulk, NACSO, CCRA, is the president of National Credit Federation and a national speaker on finance and credit. He has over 10 years of experience in the financial industry, specializing in finance, mortgages, and credit.
Read the whole article here. http://www.nationalcreditfederation.com/how-to-play-it-safe-with-online-financial-transactions/
About National Credit Federation:
National Credit Federation helps people accomplish their financial goals through credit repair, debt settlement, student loan consolidation, and business funding. The NCF mission is to help members who are currently in or have successfully come through a financial crisis improve their creditworthiness, allowing them to achieve their credit objectives, including home ownership. This mission is accomplished by providing members with access to resources not normally available to “non-credit worthy” consumers, such as financing, banking, credit lines, professional legal assistance, tax advice, personal financial coaching, and personal financial education. One of the oldest and most trusted companies in the nation, NCF has been featured in Forbes magazine, USA Today Yahoo Finance and 27 other major news outlets. They have an A rating with the BBB and have over 600+ testimonials from previous clients they have helped.