What to Look for on Your Credit Report

One of the most nerve-wracking aspects of a credit report is the moment between clicking “review” and waiting for when the report is generated. Whether you have good or bad credit, a credit report can always overwhelming, especially when it comes to figuring out what actually matters on the document. It’s essential that before you…

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What Happens When Credit Card Companies Try and Sue You?

Most people would never think that their three by three-inch credit card could one day make them the target of a lawsuit by a multi-billion-dollar corporation, but it can happen. More often than not, credit card companies looking to get even on debt are going to harass you with collection agents and non-stop barrages of…

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Can Identity Theft Affect Your Credit Score?

If you’ve been a victim of identity theft, you are likely familiar with how much your life can change. Identity thieves can take your financial information, purchase expensive items in your name, and leave you to deal with the consequences. After you realize your identity was stolen, you may be wondering if your credit score…

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The Difference Between Revolving Credit and Installment Loans

In this day in age, living without some line of credit is nearly impossible. With credit being a necessity to purchase a home or car and when renting, it is of no surprise why roughly 79% of Americans have at least one credit card. Although credit is a mainstay in the modern society, people are…

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How to Find Out Which Collection Company You Owe

Are you struggling to track down your debt collector? It may sound a bit off kilter, but this is a common issue for debtors. A TransUnion study concluded that Americans possess an average of 2.69 credit cards per person. Combine that figure with possible auto loans, student loans, and personal loans, and you could see…

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How Text Message Spam Can Affect Your Pockets

The role of marketers is to ensure that their brand remains relevant in the eyes of the consumer. In this day and age, easing your foot off of the figurative marketing pedal can result in a competitor taking over the spotlight. To ensure that this doesn’t happen, marketers employ tactics they believe will keep them…

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Robocalls Are a Greater Issue Than You Think

It has become common knowledge that robocalls are illegal, yet and still, companies continue to place them at an alarming rate. For those unaware, a robocall is call placed using an automatic telephone dialing system (ATDS). The technology used can also send out mass text messages to targeted consumers. It was originally used by doctors’…

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Court Expands “Emergency Purposes” for Healthcare Calls

The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) has long-served as the protective barrier between consumers and unsolicited calls and texts. The statute protects consumers from calls made using automated telephone dialing systems (ATDS), otherwise known as robocalls. Telemarketers, debt collectors, and whoever else violate this enactment may face legal repercussions entitling the recipient to between $500…

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What You Should Know About Ringless Voicemail Spam

Remember the days when spam was a few stray pieces of mail in your mailbox welcoming you to sign up for a credit card or accept a “free” cruise? It has then since evolved to thousands of unread messages in your email and now, your voicemail. Yes, not even your voicemail is safe from telemarketers.…

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How to Handle Unwanted Telemarketing Calls

Have you ever received a phone call from someone selling luxury catalog items, digital protection, or worse, chocolate? These are some of the most common telemarketing calls placed on a daily basis to millions of unwilling Americans. When faced with such unwanted calls, many people hang up the moment they realize it, courteously try to…

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