Want a Happily Ever After? Here are a few tips on how Michigan couples can help each other protect their finances and credit scores after marriage.
In case Michigan consumers are wondering why they should guard themselves heavily against identity theft and credit card fraud, here are the top reasons.
Have debt, but want to avoid bankruptcy? Here are some possible debt relief solutions for Michigan consumers who want bankruptcy alternatives.
Yes, many Michigan merchants get away with charging more for credit card purchases, and here are the reasons why they are within their legal rights to do so.
How do debt collectors locate consumers in Michigan? Here are a few of the most common methods employed by debt collection agents.
Before deciding whether to try it or not, Michigan consumers should know about the perks and risks associated with credit card churning.
For Michigan consumers who don’t want to use credit cards, there are other ways to build good credit scores. Here are a few tips to get you started.
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.
In order to maintain their good credit scores, Michigan consumers should continue to successfully manage their credit cards long after retirement.
If you’re looking to buy a home in Michigan, but you have bad credit, you may be wondering about your ability to finance. Luckily, you may have options.
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.
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 [...]
For Michigan consumers worried about their credit, here are the top ten ways for those affected by the Equifax breach to protect their identities.
Michigan consumers unsure about what to do in the wake of the Equifax data breach now have guidance from the Attorney General.