California consumers with insurance are often surprised at the amount of medical debt created by surprise bills from ambulance companies.
Dealing with debt collectors is often frustrating. Luckily, though, the Better Business Bureau of Minnesota has some advice on how to cope.
How the FTC Plans to Protect Illinois Consumers Against Student Loan Debt Relief Scams with the “Game of Loans” Initiative
Fraudsters are targeting Illinois consumers with student loan debt relief scams, but the FTC plans to protect them with its “Game of Loans” initiative.
Student loans are a huge expense for many Americans. But, in Georgia, if you get behind on payments, the cost of student loan debt might be your career.
Believe it or not, Florida consumers can manage medical debt without ruining their finances or credit scores. Here are a few helpful tips.
For California consumers worried about debt collection scams, here are a few tips on how to protect yourself against fraudsters.
There are several reasons why Chapter 7 bankruptcy filers in Michigan should resist the urge to keep one credit card open during and after filing.
It can be unnerving when debt collectors call Ohio consumers about debt that they don’t owe, but here are some tips on what to do.
It can make for an awkward situation, but here’s how California consumers should deal with debt collectors calling about a relative.
Too many Georgia consumers struggle with overwhelming medical debt. Here are the reasons the cost of healthcare is such a big issue.
When New York consumers get calls from debt collectors, they should always get validation letters, especially if they question the debt.
The Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Lawsuit Against a Student Loan Company May Affect Hundreds of Thousands of Pennsylvanians
The Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Lawsuit against a student loan company may affect hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvania consumers.
Why Emailed Notifications from Illinois Debt Collectors May Not Qualify as Validation Notices Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
Emailed notifications from Illinois debt collectors may not qualify as validation notices under the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act.
For New York consumers who are contacted by debt collectors about old debt, there’s a right way and a wrong way to handle the situation.
When it comes to what debt collectors can and cannot see on their medical history, Illinois consumers should know that there are a lot of misconceptions.