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Customize Your Savings Preferences With Credit Sesame’s Alerts

At Credit Sesame, our goal is to help you save money on your debt payments — whether that’s your mortgage, loans or credit cards — with barely lifting a finger.

We do all the work for you, not only searching for cheaper loans, but ones that you will qualify for based on your credit, and alert you when we find such opportunities.

And to make managing your credit and debt even easier, we recently enhanced our email alerts system. Here are three new features that we introduced:

1. Savings Alerts

You  can now customize your alerts to tell us how much you’re aiming to save on your mortgage, credit cards, or other loans. Just specify the amount you want to save each month, and we will send you an alert as soon as we find a loan that accomplishes that for you. (How do we know when such a loan becomes available? As a Credit Sesame user, we analyze your credit and on a daily basis we look for new loans that will result in savings for you.)

2. Credit Score Notifications

You can request to be notified when your credit score drops below a certain threshold (or exceeds it). For example, if your current credit score is 675, you can request that we notify you when it reaches 720. If your score is 700, you can set up an alert if it drops below 700.

3.Home Value Alerts

Every homeowner these days is concerned about the value of their home dropping below their current mortgage. Now, you can set up an alert and we’ll notify you if your the estimated value of your home drops below a certain amount — or exceeds it. (Credit Sesame pulls home value estimates from

How to Set Up Alerts

Setting up alerts is easy as 1-2-3. First, log in to your Credit Sesame account, go to “My Accounts” and click on the “Email Alerts” tab.

Don’t have a Credit Sesame account yet? Sign up at it’s easy and, most importantly, completely free, no credit card required.

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