It’s tempting to spend more in order to gain more rewards with credit cards, but Ohio consumers should avoid building credit card debt just to earn reward points.
In case they don’t know, here are a few of the things that Ohio consumers should know about debt collectors and the term, “beyond statute.”
In case you need inspiration, here are a few of the reasons why Ohio consumers should make a resolution to pay off credit card debt in the New Year.
Most indebted consumers don’t get out of debt overnights, so Ohio consumers with large amounts of debt should have debt repayment plans.
Ohio consumers pursued by debt collectors should know that, under the FDCPA, there are certain things that debt collectors can and cannot do.
Payday lending in Ohio may change soon – somehow. Big changes are coming to the CFPB, and Richard Cordray is running for governor. What next?
Why Consumers Should be Careful with their Credit Cards at Ohio Lottery Self-Service Vending Machines
Ohio consumers can now enjoy the convenience of purchasing lottery tickets with credit cards at vending machines, but they should do so carefully.
Consumers who use credit cards in Ohio should have backup payment options in case their cards get blocked. Here are a few reasons why this happens.
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.
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Consumer advocates hope that new attempts at addressing the problem with payday loans in Ohio will end the state’s struggle with the industry.
High interest store credit cards lure many Ohio consumers in with big rewards, but consumers who sign up don’t always save money in the long run.
Some Ohio Consumers have embraced virtual credit cards as a means to prevent online credit card fraud. Here are their benefits and drawbacks.
Most Ohio consumers want to know how to move forward as safely as possible in the wake of the Equifax data breach. Here are a few tips.
If you’re an Ohio consumer who is worried about what a huge influx in credit freezes might do to the U.S. economy, don’t get too alarmed.