The Latest in Consumer Law Topics

Flitter Milz comments on vehicle repossession, unfair debt collection, credit reporting privacy and accuracy issues, and unwanted "robocalls" or texts to your cell phone. 

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Woman looking into distance Jan 11, 2018
Many people view a new year as a chance for a fresh start. It’s a great time to evaluate your financial health and set some goals for improvement. When you set resolutions, it’s important to make…
Woman looking out window Jan 04, 2018
It can be scary and overwhelming when a debt collector starts contacting you about unpaid bills. With household debt at $12.7 trillion in the United States, this is a reality that many Americans have…
Driving car Dec 18, 2017
Before any major purchase, it’s important to do some research to make sure you stay within your budget and get the most out of your money, and cars are no exception. A new vehicle is a large expense…
Worried man Dec 11, 2017
Many people find themselves in debt at some point in their lives, whether it’s from student loans, credit cards, medical expenses, divorce, personal loans, or other types of accounts. Here are some…
Holiday decorations Dec 04, 2017
It’s the season for gift giving, and that means extra spending. Credit cards can be a convenient way to purchase gifts for family and friends, but it’s important to stay organized and make sure you…
Store window with clothes Nov 28, 2017
The holidays are a busy time of year. Many people have difficulty staying on track with spending or forget that scammers may take advantage of the busy season. Follow these tips to stay financially…
Money Nov 20, 2017
If you’re going through financial hardship or a difficult life event, it can be challenging to keep up with your car loan payments. Your vehicle is collateral, or your pledge to a lender that you'll…
Computer Nov 13, 2017
A 2016 study showed that identity fraud hit a record high with 15.4 million victims in the United States. Some of the most common types of identity theft include social security, financial, driver’s…
Person looking into distance Nov 07, 2017
According to recent data from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), eleven percent of Americans are “credit invisible.” This means that these individuals don’t have credit files with the…
Stressed woman Oct 26, 2017
A survey conducted by Credit.com found that nearly 40% of millennials don’t know where to obtain their credit reports. Checking your report regularly is the best way to ensure that your finances are…

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