In order to protect themselves, here are a few important things that fraud victims in California should know about reload scams and sucker lists.
It may seem like a customer service, but here are a few of the ways in which overdraft protection can wreck budgets and ruin credit scores in Minnesota.
How Illinois Consumers Can Avoid Online Dating Scams that Lead to Identity Theft this Valentine’s Day
This Valentine’s Day, a lot of Illinois consumers will look for romance online. In fact, for a lot of singles – of all ages – in Illinois, online dating apps are the preferred means for meeting new people. Unfortunately, though, along with that special someone, scammers are out there and waiting to pounce. Knowing that [...]
Georgia Attorney General Settles with Debt Collection Agency and Wipes Out $8.8 Million in Consumer Debt
Big News: The Attorney General in Georgia wiped out $8.8 million in consumer debt when he settled with an FDCPA violated debt collection agency.
In case you need inspiration, here are a few of the reasons why Ohio consumers should make a resolution to pay off credit card debt in the New Year.
How do debt collectors locate consumers in Michigan? Here are a few of the most common methods employed by debt collection agents.
In looking for creative ways to pay down credit card debt, New York consumers may wonder if they can use reward points. The short answer? Yes.
When it comes to credit scores, it’s hard for Georgia consumers to separate fact from fiction, but here’s the truth behind several popular credit score myths.
Whether or not pay-for-delete actually improves Pennsylvania credit scores depends on several important factors. Here’s what you need to know.
What Florida Consumers Should Know About the Mistakes Made by the Internal Revenue Service in Outsourcing Tax Debt Collection
Clearly, the Internal Revenue Service has made some mistakes in outsourcing tax debt collection. Here’s Florida consumers should know about the situation.