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Michael Delgado
Community Manager & Social Business Geek
Community Manager & Social Business Geek

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Using data to help people get access to credit.
We brainstorm ideas and create concepts for Experian to implement that will enable us to aggregate data from alternative sources — like utility bills or phone bills — to give banks a more accurate, robust view of each individual.
#datascience #credit #bigdata

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Meet Linda Tan on Experian's Marketing Automation Team

Linda Tan talks about her role at Experian (and takes us to one of her favorite places to eat) 😋

#foodie #icecream #marketing #experian #storytelling

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Don’t focus on LinkedIn “like” counts, instead focus on what content increases post impressions, engagement, and value to your business.
#LinkedIn #SocialMedia #B2B #Business

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Know your spending triggers to help you prevent overspending.

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There were over 490,000 identity theft complaints reported to the FTC last year. If you're a victim of identity theft, report it:

Here are 5 ways to protect yourself from identity theft:

1. Don’t access financial information or shop online using public wifi (or unsecured network)

When logged-in to public wifi, hackers have the ability gather your data. It’s almost like they are looking over your shoulder. This is why it’s important for you to avoid using financial apps or making any payment transactions when on public wifi or any unsecured network.

2. Don’t give out your social security number or any financial information to people calling, emailing, or texting you.

Unfortunately, there are a lot of thieves trying to gather your financial information from you pretending to be a charity, debt collector, bank, government agency, or even family member. There are even some people pretending to be a business trying to award you a financial prize in return for some of your personal info.

As a rule of thumb, never provide your financial information to anyone who contacts you. You can research the companies online to get the real phone number — or find out if it’s a scam by typing in the business name along with words like: complaints, reviews, scams, etc.

3. Shred any mail or documents that have personal information (e.g. financial info, health docs) instead of just tossing in trash.

One of the simplest ways to prevent identity theft is using a shredder. Cut up old credit cards and any documentation that has personal info about you or family members that could be used by identity thieves.

Learn more tips at:

#identitytheft #idtheft #fraud

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