Social networking doesn’t have to be a waste of time. Whereas most other social networking sites focus on connecting users with old friends and helping them find new love connections, Creditable places the emphasis on helping people reach their individual financial goals. The application asks new users to answer a few basic questions about their current credit quandaries and future financial plans, and then connects them with other Creditable users who’ve been through similar situations and can offer guidance and hope.
Although Creditable certainly has a number of social networking features, you’ll quickly discover that it’s much more than just a networking site once you log on. The application lets you track your financial assets by inputting information from your individual accounts and then aggregates that information to present you with a complete financial picture. Depending on your needs, the site will recommend credit cards with better rates, along with information on better ways to reach your savings goals. The application will then connect you with other users who have similar goals, allowing you to receive and offer emotional support to countless other Creditable users.
Because of the sensitive nature of the topics discussed on Creditable, the application makes all accounts completely free and anonymous. The users you connect with on the site will never know your true identity unless you choose to reveal it, allowing you to be as truthful and forthcoming as possible about all of your financial trials and tribulations without fear of real-life repercussions. For people who are struggling with debt and money issues, Creditable is an application that provides an emotional support system along with sound financial advice.
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