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Video: Replay of credit reporting, scoring Q and A with Experian

By  and Tyler Metzger

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Click the links below to watch the video replay or read a transcript of our credit reporting Q&A with Experian in its entirety or in six separate parts.

On Thursday, May 6, 2010, Experian director of public education Rod Griffin answered your questions on credit scoring and credit reporting live via a video stream from the CreditCards.com studio in Austin, Texas.

Below is a replay of that event -- which was moderated by CreditCards.com editor-in-chief Dan Ray -- in its entirety. (A lightly edited transcript of the entire video is also available, in PDF format.) 

Griffin covered a wide range of topics in the 45-minute chat. If you missed it or just want to see it again, you can watch the entire event below or check out our event page at CreditCards.com/AskExperian.If you'd rather watch it in parts, click the links in the box on this page.

And don't forget, we've also got dozens of helpful videos in our complete video archive here at CreditCards.com. That includes a reply of our first live video event -- a question-and-answer session on credit card reform with one of President Obama's key economic advisers.  


Click here to read a complete transcript of the video. (PDF)


Updated: June 8, 2010


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