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As many people celebrate the arrival of warmer weather and Spring Break vacations, the freecreditscore.com™ band took to the sun and surf to star in the newest freecreditscore.com television commercial, “Credit Wipeout.” The new 30-second spot, draws attention to the situations that can impact a person’s credit status while encouraging consumers to learn more about those factors.

“Every individual’s personal credit story is unique, and we’ve found that bringing financial factors to life in a fun and relatable way, such as in the new commercial, helps people understand the impact simple actions can have on their credit scores,” says Ken Chaplin, senior vice president of marketing for freecreditscore.com. “Experian Credit Advisors, Inc. helps individuals better understand how to take control of their credit.”

Experian Credit Advisors, Inc. (an affiliated company, in partnership with the iQual Corporation), offers freecreditscore.com members personal, one-on-one sessions, designed to empower consumers to proactively manage their credit through education and useful tips, in an effort to provide a better understanding of credit and the role it plays in their lives.

“Through our agreement with Experian Credit Advisors, Inc., iQual Corporation will offer credit advisory sessions to freecreditscore.com customers who purchase the service,” says Jeff Mandel, CEO of iQual Corporation. “We provide Experian Credit Advisors, Inc. customers with highly trained credit advisors, timely access to credit education, and online resources focused on financial literacy and empowerment, which may help individuals improve credit scores, qualify for new credit, and even reduce unnecessary monthly interest expense.”

For more information, visit www.freecreditscore.com or http://www.experianplc.com.

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