For some Minnesota consumers, bankruptcy is the best solution to overwhelming debt. However, before filing, you should know these five facts about bankruptcy and your credit.
While Bitcoin may seem like an appealing investment right now, here are a few very good reasons why Minnesota consumers should avoid buying Bitcoin with credit cards.
For Minnesota consumers concerned about identity theft and fraud, here are some of the ways that you can benefit from credit cards with On and Off switches.
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.
Why Minnesota Consumers Should Remember that the Identity Theft Threat Doesn’t End with the Equifax Promotions
The Equifax free credit monitoring sign-up has ended, but that doesn’t mean that the identity theft threat caused by the security breach is over.
It may seem like a customer service, but here are a few of the ways in which overdraft protection can wreck budgets and ruin credit scores in Minnesota.
It’s important to keep personal data safe, so here are some tips on how Minnesota consumers can protect themselves from hackers and identity thieves in the New Year.
For Minnesota consumers concerned about identity theft, here are seven signs to look for. Also, act quickly if you notice anything suspicious.
Minnesota consumers should protect their finances and credit scores this holiday season by taking measures against these popular holiday scams.
Now that the smoke has cleared, fewer Minnesota consumers are panicked about the Equifax data breach of 2017, but they should still be concerned.
Dealing with debt collectors is often frustrating. Luckily, though, the Better Business Bureau of Minnesota has some advice on how to cope.
Minnesota car buyers with bad credit frequently use buy-here-pay-here auto loans. However, this type of financing is bad news for some consumers.
If you’re looking for a job in Minnesota, you should check your credit reports before filling out any applications. Here’s why it’s important.
Here’s how outdated call centers pose identity theft risks for Minnesota consumers and how they can protect their sensitive information.
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 [...]