Unfortunately, a lot of Georgia consumers struggle with medical debt. In fact, according to recent studies, 26% of consumers in Georgia and other states struggle with overwhelming medical bills. Sadly, many of those facing financial stress over healthcare costs actually have insurance. However, medical coverage is often insufficient – or, billing errors might inflate what [...]
Subscription services aren’t all bad, but many of them lead to recurring credit card charges. So, Georgia consumers should limit how many services they receive.
Buying an item or two on a whim here and there seems pretty harmless. In fact, most Georgia consumers who habitually engage in impulse buying don’t see the danger in their actions. Eventually, they rack up high credit card balances, run out of money to pay bills on time, and damage their credit scores over [...]
Should Georgia Consumers Use Personal Loans or Balance Transfer Credit Cards to Pay Off Heavy Credit Card Debt?
Here’s a good question: Should Georgia consumers use personal loans or balance transfer credit cards to pay off heavy credit card debt?
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.
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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.
Surprisingly, using gas credit cards isn’t necessarily a great way to save money on fuel in Georgia. Here are the reasons why there are better options.
The majority of Georgia Millennials are notoriously credit-shy. However, will they make an exception to pounce on the new Uber credit card?
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 [...]
Too many Georgia consumers struggle with overwhelming medical debt. Here are the reasons the cost of healthcare is such a big issue.