Paul Oster speaks with Marvin Scott on PIX 11 news about how you can protect yourself and what to do if your information has been compromised
Paul Oster speaks with Fox about how you can protect yourself and what to do if your information has been compromised.
Paul Oster discusses Customers At Risk After Hackers Hit JP Morgan Chase with CBS 2’s Tony Aiello
CEO Paul Oster is featured on ‘Varney and Company’ on Fox Business discussing the importance on good credit and the proposed changes in the credit reporting industry. Fox Business is seen in 50-million homes nationwide:
Protect Yourself Against Data Breaches | Paul Oster on abc
Better Qualified CEO Paul Oster speaks with Stuart Varney on Varney & Co. about the security of Apple’s new mobile payment system ‘Apple Pay’.
Better Qualified CEO Paul Oster speaks with Mia Toschi on Fresh Outlook about Current Events, Burger King, Economy, and Cable Merger
Better Qualified CEO Paul Oster speaks on Fresh Outlook about how parents can get their kids on a routine to ease them into back to school.
Better Qualified CEO Paul Oster talks business and personal credit repair with WRAT’s radio personality Robyn Lane.
Better Qualified CEO Paul Oster speaks with Ebru’s fresh Outlook on State of The Union Minimum Wage.
Better Qualified CEO Paul Oster speaks with News 12 NJ about what you can do if you think you may be a victim of the Target Credit Card Security Breach.
No Heroes in Shutdown, GOP Gets Most Blame.
Better Watch Your Credit is the topic on this segment of the Price of Business with Host Kevin Price and guest Paul Oster.
CEO Paul Oster is featured on The Fresh Outlook speaking with Mia Toschi on the government shutdown and other issues:
CEO Paul Oster is featured on Arise Entertainment 360 speaking on how Facebook can effect our Credit Score:
Better Qualified CEO Paul Oster appears on Fresh Outlook to join the conversation about Bernanke’s plan to reduce bond buying.
Better Qualified CEO Paul Oster appears on nationally seen EBRU-TV with Bryan Jenkins on the problems within the credit reporting agency.
CEO Paul Oster speaks with the Wall Street Journal: