SOURCE: CompareCards


July 29, 2014 09:00 ET

CompareCards Launches Free 'Credit Concierge' Service to Help Consumers Monitor Their Credit Score and Manage Their Financial Health

CHARLESTON, SC--(Marketwired - July 29, 2014) - CompareCards, one of the nation's leading credit card comparison companies, launched a new credit-monitoring service, Credit Concierge. Credit Concierge offers an easy way for consumers to keep track of their overall credit performance and obtain the tools and advice necessary to understand and improve their credit rating.

Credit Concierge offers a number of unique and beneficial features to consumers. The service is 100% free, with no hidden costs or strings attached. Consumers will have immediate access to their credit scores through TransUnion. The credit score request is considered a 'soft' inquiry and will have no affect on their credit score.

In addition, Credit Concierge provides tools and suggestions that will help users actively monitor their credit health and manage their debt. Users can contact a Credit Specialist any day of the week, during normal business hours. Specialists will provide consumers with savings opportunities to help them save money on any open credit cards, based on their respective credit scores.

"It was extremely important that we develop a platform that would cater to the individual needs of consumers," said Chris Mettler, President of CompareCards. "Everyone's financial situation is different and their needs vary. By offering a real, live Credit Specialist to discuss these needs, we're confident that users will find the personalized attention they need and deserve to improve their overall credit health."

Registration is simple. Visit to create a free account in three simple steps. Although there is no credit card required to sign up for this service, some basic information is needed to confirm each user's identity.

"This service is intended to provide users with a safe and effective way to take control of their financial health and allow them to achieve their financial goals," said Mettler. "We all have needs and wants that drive us to spend money; however, it is important to understand the impact that spending habits can have on your credit score in order to effectively manage it.", was formed in 2005 as a listing resource, but has grown into one of the most trusted credit card comparison sites used today. Users are able to compare credit cards using a side-by-side comparison tool to find the best offer for them based on the factors that are important to each individual. CompareCards also offers customers additional resources and financial literacy information via their blog, CompareWallet and Education Center.

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