How to Deal with Medical Collections

According to recent news reports over 75% of America’s are dealing with some sort of medical debt. Either from not having insurance or not being able to afford to pay their deductibles. I’ve put together this video to show you your rights when it comes to medical debt being reported on your credit reports and…

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How To Deal With Auto Repossessions

In this video I share my strategies for dealing with an auto repossession. I take you step by step through the entire process including the collection process, auction sale, contracts and much more. Get Access To My Free Membership Site or Let Us Do All The Work For You Click Below

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Justice Neil Gorsuch’s first ruling shows strict use of language

WASHINGTON — Newly installed Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch followed the letter of the law in his first opinion Monday — a ruling that dealt with whether collectors of debts are in all cases “debt collectors.” In a lively, 11-page unanimous ruling, Gorsuch said a law passed by Congress to guard against abusive, deceptive and unfair…

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US Supreme Court rules against Alabama woman in credit card debt collection lawsuit

Updated on May 15, 2017 at 1:07 PMPosted on May 15, 2017 at 11:57 AM In this photo taken Feb. 14, 2017, the Supreme Court in Washington is shown. In its unanimous ruling Wednesday, March 22, 2017, the justices rejected a lower education standard for students with disabilities set by the U.S. Court of Appeals…

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How to overcome fears of credit repair and lowering debt…The Final Solution

by Steven A. Williams, President and Founder of TheCreditRepairShop.com When it comes to dealing with your credit and debt you have to make a decision to deal with it. You can’t half way do it, you can’t think about it one day and not the next day.  You have to be very focused on your…

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Betsy DeVos reverses Obama-era directives aimed at protecting student loan borrowers

Reprint: marketwatch.com A directive just issued by Betsy DeVos is raising alarm among student loan borrower advocates. In a memo sent Tuesday to James Runcie, the chief operating officer of Federal Student Aid (FSA), DeVos rescinded Obama-era directives aimed at holding student loan servicers — the companies hired by the government to manage the repayment…

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Ripoff Alert: World’s Biggest Credit Score Agency Has Been Deceiving People

It now appears that all three of the biggest credit reporting firms have been tricking customers into paying for credit scores that don’t deliver as promised. The main reason people pay to find out their credit scores is to get the same info that banks and other lenders use when judging if someone is worthy…

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Changes to Credit Report Criteria Could Boost Scores

REPRINT Changes to Credit Report Criteria Could Boost Scores by JO LING KENT and MICHAEL CAPPETTA Credit scores for millions of Americans may soon increase due to two major changes in credit scoring. Starting July 1, the three major credit agencies — Experian, Equifax and TransUnion — are dropping certain negative information from credit reports,…

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12 Free Tips On How To Buy A Car and Get The Best Price and Lowest Payment

Buying a new car is a big event…at least it is for me.  Think about it, you are about to buy your next dream car.  Everyone will be looking at you driving your dream car and you will keep it clean and nice forever.  At least that how it starts off, until you start making…

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