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Solving the Mystery of Credit Reports Topic of Next Free Financial Lunch Series
OKLAHOMA CITY – February 23, 2009 – Solving the Mystery of Credit Reports is the topic of the
Thursday, February 26, financial fitness luncheon series. This workshop covers what should and
shouldn’t be included on a credit report, the role of credit bureaus, how credit is scored, and consumer
credit reporting laws. Specific guidance on disputing inaccuracies, improving a credit score, and dealing
with identity theft and fraud will also be provided.
This is the fourth in a series of six topics being presented by the Urban League and Tinker Federal Credit
Union. The seminars are held Thursdays, 11:45 a.m. until 1 p.m., at the Urban League, 3900 N. Martin
Those attending weekly will have the opportunity to win door prizes, and those attending four or more
sessions, will be entered into a drawing to win a $100 visa gift card.
Other upcoming topics include:
Thursday, March 5 – Raising Money Smart Kids
This workshop is an invaluable guide for parents wishing to teach their children financial
responsibility at any age. Allowances, contributions to household income, shopping, and savings
will be also discussed.
Thursday, March 12 – On the Road to Riches
This workshop will review how goals, risk tolerance, and cash flow impact savings and
investment choices. Participants will learn how to determine the amount of money to dedicate to
savings, which savings and investment vehicles are available, and how to know which
combination of investments are best suited to meet needs.
Admission is free and open to the public. Lunch will also be provided, free of charge. However, space is
limited, so reservations are recommended. To reserve a spot or for more information, contact Kjulonda
Ogles, 424-5243 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Urban League of Greater Oklahoma City Inc., an affiliate of the National Urban League, is a non-
profit, United Way agency partner established in Oklahoma City in 1946. The League’s mission is to
assist African Americans, other minorities and the poor to achieve social and economic equality. Visit
www.urbanleagueok.org for more information.
3900 N. Martin Luther King Ave.* Oklahoma City OK 73111 * Tel (405) 424-5243 * Fax: (405) 424-3382