January, 2016

5 Steps to Take When You Don’t Recognize Debt

January 31, 2016

Creditors and debt collectors commonly contact consumers who fall behind in making debt payments. Sometimes, however, creditors may contact the wrong person about an outstanding debt. Other times, scam artists can pose as debt collectors to try to get personal information from consumers in order to commit identity theft. In the event you are contacted…
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Tax Identity Theft Awareness Week Kicks Off Next Week, FTC Announces

January 20, 2016

From Jan. 25th through 29th, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) – in partnership with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) – will be sponsoring Tax Identity Theft Awareness Week to inform consumers about: What tax identity theft is How to reduce their risk of becoming a victim of this type of identity theft What can be…
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5 Ways Delaying Bankruptcy Can Majorly Cost You

January 10, 2016

Managing debt is part of life for many people. When that debt becomes overwhelming and unmanageable, however, ignoring the problem – and putting off bankruptcy or other debt relief options – can be ruinous. That’s because debt won’t disappear and creditors will become increasingly determined to collect the monies owed to them. Overtime, if borrowers…
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