National Credit Federation President Dave Fulk Says Social Media Could Make an Impact On Your Credit

Tampa, FL — Jan 18, 2015 — Dave Fulk, president of National Credit Federation, published a new blog post entitled “How Social Media Affects Your Credit Score.” In the post, he addresses the conversation many companies are having about referring to social media before approving loans, advising individuals to use common sense before posting personal information online.

Fulk says, “As it turns out, what you say online could actually make a negative impact on your credit score … If a lender looks you up and sees that you’ve just made a big purchase or quit your job, that could actually factor into their decision of whether or not to lend you money, or at what interest rate. ”

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.

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