Some debt collectors engage in deceptive, harassing, or unfair collection practices. The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) was created to help you if you are a victim. Utah Consumer Rights Firm may be able to help. .
The New York Times’ blog “Bucks” recently tackled the potential affect closing a credit card account can have on your credit score. Read the article, but here are some highlights: * Obtaining a new credit card account can hurt your credit score because of the new credit inquiry. * Closing a credit card account does […]
Per the Daily Mail, a widow in Hawaii (Deborah Crabtree) was called up to 48 times per day over a missed mortgage payment. Apparently, the mortgage payment was due around the time her husband died of cancer. So what did Bank of America do? They began calling. And calling. And calling. Roughly every 15 minutes. […]
This article from Rolling Stone connects more of the dots on the power struggle happening right now regarding the prospective mortgage fraud settlement. Sounds like the major players in the banking industry are about to get off very lightly.
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