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Jeremy Simon

U.S News showcases my 'credit education' blog

You may have heard about "Credit Educator," a new service from credit bureau Experian that offers one-on-one credit education by phone. For a cost of $29.95, consumers can speak with a specially trained Experian representative who can answer questions about the consumer's credit score and report.

I've written about the topic before for CreditCards.com (check out "Experian gets personal to teach about credit, but it'll cost you"), but more recently discussed the topic for U.S. News & World Report's "My Money" blog.

My blog post, "Credit Education Just a Phone Call Away," outlines my personal experience testing the new Experian service. Check out that blog to read about what I learned about the service -- and my own credit.

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