Unfortunately, student loan scams are on the rise, but California consumers can protect themselves from fraudsters by following these tips from the FTC.
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.
Many Pennsylvania Millennials are struggling with medical debt right now, but they DON’T have to put up with debt collector abuse.
Frequently, Minnesota consumers find out that they owe taxes on canceled debt, and they are often surprised when they get the bill from the IRS.
In case they don’t know, here are a few of the things that Ohio consumers should know about debt collectors and the term, “beyond statute.”
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.
How do debt collectors locate consumers in Michigan? Here are a few of the most common methods employed by debt collection agents.
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.
Most Illinois consumers know that it’s good to pay their current bills on time, but should they pay off debt already in debt collections?
When someone calls about a debt, Pennsylvania consumers should know how to tell whether or not the debt collector is legitimate. Here are some tips.
For Minnesota consumers concerned about identity theft, here are seven signs to look for. Also, act quickly if you notice anything suspicious.
Ohio consumers pursued by debt collectors should know that, under the FDCPA, there are certain things that debt collectors can and cannot do.
Bankruptcy normally leaves you with damaged credit, but Michigan consumers can start a credit repair plan during bankruptcy or right after discharge.
Too many Michigan consumers have fallen victim to tax debt collection call scams. So, here are some tips to help you deal with these fraudsters.