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How Credit Repair Companies Scam Michigan Consumers

According to the federal government, the average consumer spends over $800.00 on credit repair services. Most consumers end up with poor results. But most Michiganders would not hire these companies… Read More

Why Credit Scores Will Rise this Month For Some Consumers

Recently the credit reporting agencies agreed to apply new rules to judgments and tax liens. The new rules require more information so that tax liens and judgments are verified on… Read More

Six Important Steps to Take When Trying To Improve Your Credit Score

Six Important Steps to Take When Trying To Improve Your Credit Score If you have recently been turned down for a loan, or for a new credit card, you may… Read More

Five Simple Rules To Keep in Mind When Buying a Car in Michigan

Five Simple Rules that Michigan Car Dealers Must Follow           Used car dealers in Michigan have to abide by both the Motor Vehicle Code and the rules enacted by the… Read More

Something to Think About When Reading your Credit Report

What Exactly Does Charge-Off Mean? One the most common misconceptions that many consumers have is that they don’t think they owe a debt when they actually do. Often they hear… Read More

Don’t Get Scammed By a Credit Repair Company

Why you are very likely owed a refund from a credit repair company   We all know how important a credit score is to your daily life. While there are… Read More

Four reasons why your credit repair company might owe you a refund if you live in Michigan

Every year, tens of thousands of Michiganders hire credit repair companies. Most just want to be able to qualify to buy a car or a house and the only thing… Read More

Lawsuit: Man snapped bathroom pix of female co-worker at construction site | SILive.com

A New York women has filed a lawsuit alleging sexual harassment and retaliation against her employer. Marline Salvat, 34, contends her employer, Construction Resources Corp., sacked her in retaliation for… Read More

Does The National Park Service Have Issues With Sexual Harassment?

According to several recent articles, the National Park Service is alleged to have systemic organizational issues demonstrating misuse of power by leadership within the organization. A growing number of employees… Read More

New York AG and CFPB finally take action against alleged Buffalo collection scheme

New York AG, CFPB join forces to fight illegal national debt collection scheme : Frost Illustrated A new federal lawsuit alleges that since at least 2009, two major players in… Read More