• 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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    • 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

      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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    • How Long Does Bankruptcy Affect My Credit Score?

      As of August 15, 2015, Americans owe a total of more than $11 trillion in debt for credit cards, mortgages, student loans, and other expenses. With that number in mind, it should come as no surprise ...

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    • 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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    • The Dangers of Ignoring Credit Card Problems

      Are you or someone you know struggling with debt and falling behind on your payments? Are you wondering what happens if you fall too far behind on your credit card payments? Most people know that they ...

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    • How to Finance a Car Even If You're In Bankruptcy

      Bankruptcy can be a way out for people who are struggling with massive debt. However, many people who find themselves in this position fear the possibility of losing their vehicle or being unable to ...

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    • Teaching Your Kids About Money Part 1: Getting to Work

      How much do your children know about money? What lessons about savings and investments have you taught them? As a society, we may not be doing everything we should be doing to teach children about how ...

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