COSTA MESA, Calif .– (BUSINESS WIRE) – September 1, 2021–
In an effort to educate more consumers about credit and personal finance, Experian® today announced new free resources created specifically for bilingual and Spanish speakers, including a series of online discussions on Twitter and others. educational content. The new monthly series, # ChatDeCrédito, will explore important financial topics for Hispanic-Latino consumers and provide them with a fun and interactive platform to develop their understanding of important credit and personal finance topics.
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#ChatDeCrédito will begin at the start of Hispanic Heritage Month at 3 p.m. EST on September 15. Bilinguals and Spanish speakers are welcome to join the chat to tweet in English, Spanish or a combination, and learn how credit can be used as a financial tool, which can impact credit scores, tips for building credit, and more. Consumers can sign up and ask questions by searching @Experian or # ChatDeCrédito on Twitter. (Graphic: Business Wire)
#ChatDeCrédito will begin at the start of Hispanic Heritage Month at 3 p.m. EST on September 15. Bilinguals and Spanish speakers are welcome to join the chat to tweet in English, Spanish or a combination, and learn how credit can be used as a financial tool, which can impact credit scores, tips for building credit, and more. Consumers can sign up and ask questions by searching @Experian or # ChatDeCrédito on Twitter.
“We believe that providing the more than 40 million Hispanic American consumers with language information on credit and personal finance is essential to improving the financial health of the Hispanic-Latino community as a whole,” said Wil Lewis, Head of diversity, equity and inclusion. officer at Experian. “We are excited about these new resources for Spanish speakers and this is just the start. We are committed to being an ongoing resource that diverse communities can trust to provide useful information and resources to improve our financial lives. “
The new # ChatDeCrédito series follows the model of Experian’s award-winning #CreditChat program that began in 2012 to help consumers learn about credit. Since its inception, the program has developed a dedicated online follow-up with hundreds of consumers joining weekly. The program has helped thousands of consumers learn about important topics, and over 300 personal finance experts have joined in to share their knowledge.
Upcoming #ChatDeCrédito topics include:
Find credit content in Spanish
Additional language resources include The Ultimate Guide to Credit – an online e-book in Spanish that includes information on how to create and manage credit responsibly. The e-book also includes information about free online financial tools that Experian offers, such as Experian Boost ™, which allows consumers to get credit to pay for their cell phones, utilities, streaming service, and music. other invoices on time (service provided in English). Many consumers see their credit scores improve instantly after using Experian Boost. I
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IResults may vary. Some may not see improvement in scores or chances of approval. Not all lenders use Experian credit files, and not all lenders use Experian Boost impacted scores.
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