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Creditnet.com Unveils Its New Face

Creditnet, a pioneer in the online credit card marketplace, today announced the launch of a completely new version of its popular site, which provides consumers with a free network of people and resources essential to building, maintaining, and repairing credit.  After years of improving its legacy site and building a strong following of loyal customers, Creditnet.com has launched with a new design and advanced features that make it easier for consumers to compare and contrast the latest credit card offers, locate reputable credit services, educate themselves, and connect with others who are interested in the dynamic world of credit.

“Recent turmoil in the credit markets has hurt corporate business across various industries, but in the end the average consumer is the one who really pays the price,” said Josh Heckathorn, Creditnet’s Director of Marketing.  “The need for credit-related knowledge is greater than ever, and we are excited to reach out to our customers in a new fashion while continuing to build on our commitment to offer the premier online resource for all things credit.”

New features of the site design include:

More Intuitive Site Navigation:  Creditnet’s new navigational design makes it quick and easy to compare the best credit card offers on the market, make an educated decision, and apply securely online.  

Enhanced Credit Learning Center:  The addition of weekly tips for surviving the credit crunch, featured articles, and a monthly newsletter provides quick access to valuable information.

Greater Selection of Products & Services:  In addition to a more robust selection of credit cards, new sections include reputable products and services for ID theft protection, credit repair, debt consolidation, loans, and investments.

“We aim to consistently innovate and make other exciting additions to the site in 2008,” said Elisabeth Chan, Creditnet’s VP Internet Strategy & Web Development.   “Our new face is just the beginning.  The implementation of a Credit Blog in August will provide yet another excellent resource for accessing the latest news and insights from industry analysts.”