Blog Posts in 2014

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  • Bank of America hit with $1,051,000 judgment for harassing cell phone calls
    Bank of America hit with $1,051,000 judgment for harassing cell phone calls

    On July 2, 2014 a Tampa couple filed suit in Federal Court against Bank of America alleging that the bank called them as many as 700 times on their cell phones using an autodialer in an attempt to ...

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  • I Can't Afford to Pay My Student Loans...What Can I Do?
    I Can't Afford to Pay My Student Loans...What Can I Do?

    Most people know that the total amount consumers owe in student loan debt is now more than 1 Trillion dollars. Yes, that is $1,000,000,000,000! Student loan debt now exceeds credit card debt in this ...

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  • Vulgar voicemails force debt collector to pay $1.5 million
    Vulgar voicemails force debt collector to pay $1.5 million

    DALLAS - The harassing and threatening voicemail messages left on Allen Jones' mobile phone are nothing short of vulgar. "This shouldn't be tolerated," he said. "Nobody should have to experience what ...

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  • Letting Go: A Possible New Solution for Florida Homeowners in Distress
    Letting Go: A Possible New Solution for Florida Homeowners in Distress

    According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, unemployment in the United States has been holding steady at 9.7 percent in 2010, after peaking at 10.1 percent in October 2009. In contrast, the ...

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  • Bankruptcy as a Means to Stay in Your Home, Despite Mortgage Problems
    Bankruptcy as a Means to Stay in Your Home, Despite Mortgage Problems

    In these tough economic times even homeowners with steady incomes can find themselves facing foreclosure. In this situation, filing for bankruptcy is an option to consider closely. Options for ...

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  • Credit Card Issues Are Frequent in Florida
    Credit Card Issues Are Frequent in Florida

    Credit and debit card fraud is one of the most prolific fears among average Americans. In a comprehensive survey spearheaded by the Consumer Federation of America, various state agencies reported the ...

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