Florida’s youngest generation may be technologically savvy, but they still have a few things to learn about how to protect themselves against identity theft.
Here are a few of the most important things that Florida consumers who want to protect their tax refunds should know about tax identity theft awareness week.
For Florida consumers who need to finance a vehicle for the first time, here are a few tips on how to get approved for car loans with good or bad credit scores.
When it comes to funding major purchases, many Florida consumers should consider taking out personal loans – it might improve their credit scores.
For Florida consumers struggling to help their elderly parents escape credit card debt, here are a few useful tips. You can also use this information to help with your own debt.
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.
For Florida consumers with heavy holiday debt, here are some tips on how to pay down credit card balances and improve credit scores in the New Year.
In order to stay safe, it’s good for seniors and caregivers to know why Florida retirees are at such high risk for credit card fraud and identity theft.
Why Florida Consumers Don’t Have to Wait for the Credit Bureaus to Fix Flawed Credit Reporting Policies
Florida consumers don’t have to wait for the credit bureaus to fix flawed credit reporting policies. They can get clean credit reports right NOW.
Chapter 7 bankruptcy filers in Florida may wonder about future homebuying options. Luckily, post-bankruptcy homeownership is possible with a realistic plan.
Believe it or not, Florida consumers can manage medical debt without ruining their finances or credit scores. Here are a few helpful tips.
Filing for bankruptcy requires a big commitment. So, before making the decision to file, Florida consumers should consider a few important points.
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 [...]
Now that the smoke has cleared, here’s how Florida consumers are dealing with identity theft protection in the wake of the Equifax breach.
In order for Florida consumers to properly manage their credit card accounts, they should understand how credit card interest is calculated.