zendough.com Launches, Hosts Massive Yoga Classes During Rush Hour
CHICAGO, IL and NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - January 6, 2010) - Morning rush hour commuters at New York City's Grand Central Station and Chicago's Union Station received a lesson in finding calm amidst the chaos on January 5, courtesy of new financial management tool zendough.com by TransUnion.
More than 150 people participated in simultaneous yoga events. While they practiced finding peace within, they also learned how to achieve financial peace with the help of zendough.com. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSFpYIoqQbI)
"We listened to what consumers said they needed to better take control of their finances," said Heather Schneider, education director for zendough.com. "They want simplicity, proactivity and control -- and that's what our new online tool provides."
-- A dashboard snapshot of an individual's credit and account data,
financial goals, and an ID theft risk assessment
-- A customized credit standing analysis
-- An ID Risk Score provides consumers with an understanding of their risk
for identity theft
-- Personal white-glove ID restoration service provides members with
direct access to a zendough.com Case Manager who will help remove
fraudulent information from your credit report and contact creditors to
close fraudulent accounts and credit bureaus to add fraud alerts
More information and a free trial are available now at www.zendough.com.
Through a suite of easy-to-use tools, tips and resources, zendough.com helps consumers gain better control of their finances and guides them to making peace with their money. zendough.com offers credit reports, a credit score and grade, identity theft protection and a summary of debt accounts, all designed to awaken members to their financial situation and provide them with the wisdom to achieve their financial goals. zendough.com is a direct-to-consumer product of Chicago-based TransUnion Interactive, a subsidiary of TransUnion, a global leader in credit and information management which maintains credit histories on an estimated 500 million consumers across the globe.