You Don’t Need to Drop OUT… Just Opt OUT!

Stop disruptive calls from credit card companies and lenders.

It may feel like you have to go off the grid to rid yourself of annoying credit calls. The good news is that you don’t. You can stay connected while eliminating many of those telephone interruptions offering you new credit cards or a mortgage.

Before you have your credit pulled for a home loan qualification take the preventative step to protect yourself from identity theft and hassling telemarketers and lenders.

When a mortgage inquiry is logged on your credit report, your personal information is sold by the credit repositories, Experian, Trans Union and Equifax to certain types of mortgage lenders. These are called trigger leads because the leads are triggered by your credit pull and mortgage companies pay a lot for this type of information. Once they have your information lenders may try to sneak through your defenses by vaguely representing that they are working for your chosen lender or by using other tactics.

The more companies that have your personal data the greater risk that you will become the victim of identity theft. Put yourself in control of your personal information. At least 48 hours prior to having your trusted lender pull your credit, call or go online to:

You will be asked to provide some personal identification information for this service to verify that it is correctly removing your personal record from its marketing lists. In addition, you can choose to be removed from the lists that are currently sold to credit card companies which are used to generate credit card solicitations. You can opt out for a period of five years or forever. No reason not to OPT Out today!

Just OPT OUT at www.optoutprescreen.com to protect your personal information and keep your phone from ringing.

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About Amy Tierce

As one of the top rated mortgage professionals in New England, Amy is sought out both locally and nationally to speak at mortgage industry events and training programs including the “Turn on Your Million Dollar Brain” workshops. Amy has also been featured in both radio and print media including the programs “Financially Speaking” and “Money Matters,” and “Mortgage Originator” and “Banker and Tradesman.” Amy regularly shares her industry knowledge via her “Fairway Promise” blog to keep clients and industry related professionals apprised of the latest news, trends, and tips in the mortgage industry.
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