John Ulzheimer

Contributing Writer

Author Bio

John Ulzheimer is an expert on credit reporting, credit scoring, and identity theft. The author of four books on the subject, Ulzheimer has been featured thousands of times over the past decade in media outlets including the Wall Street Journal, NBC Nightly News, The Los Angeles Times, CNBC, and countless others. With professional experience at both Equifax and FICO, Ulzheimer is the only credit expert who actually comes from the credit industry. He has been an expert witness in over 230 credit related lawsuits and has been qualified to testify in both federal and state courts on the topic of consumer credit.

Latest from John Ulzheimer

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How Do Medical Bills Affect Your Credit?
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Revolving Credit vs. Installment Loans: Why the Type of Account Matters to Your Credit Score
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Comparing Your Many Credit Scores
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Use a Free Credit Freeze to Stop Identity Thieves Cold
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Six Warning Signs That Your Child’s Identity Has Been Stolen
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Which Debts Should I Pay Off First to Raise My Credit Score?
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Don’t Fall for These Credit Repair Scams
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Three Ways to Raise Your Credit Score Fast
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Why Credit Monitoring Won’t Protect Your Identity from Being Stolen
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Are You Checking Your Credit Reports Often Enough?
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Buying a Home This Year? Start Now to Get Your Credit in Shape
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