Unfortunately, student loan scams are on the rise, but California consumers can protect themselves from fraudsters by following these tips from the FTC.
Many California consumers use balance transfer credit cards to pay down heavy credit card debt, but they can sometimes harm credit scores.
When California consumers get calls or letters from debt collectors, they can never just assume that the agents are demanding the correct amounts. Here’s why.
Here are four good reasons why California consumers should check their credit reports immediately, instead of waiting for their annual free copies.
What California Consumers Should Know about the Pitfalls of Paying Off Credit Cards with Credit Cards
There are several pitfalls associated with paying off credit cards with credit cards in California, and here are a few of the most common risks.
In order to protect themselves, here are a few important things that fraud victims in California should know about reload scams and sucker lists.
California consumers can avoid penalty APRs by carefully managing their credit cards. Here are a few tips on how to keep your regular interest rate.
For those interested in their credit health, here are a few ways in which the recent prime interest rate increase will affect California consumers.
Why California Consumers Should be On the Lookout for Credit Card Scammers Disguised as Delivery Personnel this Holiday Season
This holiday season, California consumers should be on the lookout for credit card scammers disguised as delivery personnel. Don’t get scammed.
California consumers with insurance are often surprised at the amount of medical debt created by surprise bills from ambulance companies.
A lot of California parents make their teenagers authorized users on their credit card accounts to teach them about credit. Should you try it?
For California consumers worried about debt collection scams, here are a few tips on how to protect yourself against fraudsters.
It can make for an awkward situation, but here’s how California consumers should deal with debt collectors calling about a relative.
Our client, Corey A. had an issue with his Equifax report. Some of his payments were inaccurately reported as late. In response, we sent dispute letters to Equifax, but these were unanswered. We then successfully represented Corey A. in a case against Equifax. Congratulations, Mr. A., from all of us at Credit Repair Lawyers of [...]
It’s entirely possible for California consumers to avoid or recover from credit card delinquency. Here are a few helpful tips to get you started.