Annual Credit Report seminars hosted by Neighbors Credit Union

ST. LOUIS, MO (July 10, 2014) — On August 14, 20 and 21, 2014 Neighbors Credit Union will be hosting their free annual Credit Report Seminars.

Eric Clark, Vice President of Lending from Neighbors Credit Union, will be conducting the seminars. The seminars will explain what a credit report and score is and how to read them with systematic instructions. Members will learn where consumer-reporting agencies get their information from and what factors are used to calculate their score.  Each registered guest will receive free educational materials and a copy of their own credit report and score to follow along with during the presentation. There will also be refreshments and attendance prizes.

Becky Buehl, Vice President of Marketing stated, “We are proud to host educational seminars for our community. By providing a free copy of their credit report, attendees can get a personalized view of how a credit report works, as well as look for errors.  In addition, if they have questions, we can answer them for their specific situations”.

For more information on upcoming Neighbors Credit Union Seminars or to RSVP, please visit

You have the right to a free credit report from or 877-322-8228, the ONLY authorized source under federal law. Neighbors Credit Union will pull your credit report and score free of charge for this seminar. However, by the credit union pulling this report, it will show as a credit inquiry on your credit report.

Neighbors Credit Union, established in 1928, is a not-for-profit, full service financial cooperative owned and controlled by its members. Neighbors Credit Union is one of the strongest financial institutions in Missouri and is open to the communities of St. Louis City (MO), St. Louis County (MO), St. Charles County (MO), Jefferson County (MO), St. Clair County (IL), Madison County (IL) and Monroe County (IL). At Neighbors, we’re more about common sense than dollars and cents. So if you’ve finally had enough of your bank, remember: you don’t need a bank. You’ve got Neighbors.


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