September 17, 2010 13:22 ET Launches YouTube Channel

Humorous and Dramatic Video Shorts on YouTube Entertain and Educate Consumers on Consequences of Poor Credit and Identity Theft

CALABASAS, CA--(Marketwire - September 17, 2010) -, industry leader and one of the most visited credit information sites on the Internet, today announced the release of a series of YouTube videos that are part of the company's effort to educate consumers about their personal credit scores and help them take control, manage and improve their credit or be alerted if they are potential victims of identity theft.

Good information and advice about using credit wisely is hard to find. And understanding the consequences of bad credit can be embarrassing to talk about. launched its YouTube channel to help break down these barriers. already has thousands of followers and fans on leading social sites such as Facebook and Twitter. With this new YouTube channel, now provides consumers with easy and entertaining access to improve their knowledge about credit. Like the other social media sites, it will be an engaging and interactive forum for consumers to share their personal experiences with credit and identity theft. welcomes videos from consumers that further this mission.

Four featured videos were added in the past week to portray and parody how poor credit scores can impact everyday life and even personal relationships. Titles include:

"We believe humor and videos can be used to entertain and educate consumers," said Bruce Cornelius, chief revenue and marketing officer. " finds that social media sites such as YouTube reach an audience hungry for good information from other people like themselves -- either delivered through a good song or a good laugh or both. Our end goal is to be an informative resource helping people to better manage their credit."

Based in greater Los Angeles, is a leading provider of credit information, and specializes in the development and implementation of credit information management tools. The service delivers up-to-date personal credit information to consumers via the Internet. More information can be found at and now introducing Both sites are now accessible via the iPhone and iPad. 

* is America's #1 most visited credit site. According to Experian Hitwise, has the #1 weekly market share in "All Categories," measured by visits, based on US usage in 2010.

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