The Credit Conspiracy “Revealed”

by Steven on June 2, 2014

Do you want to buy a house? Do you want to buy a car?  Do you want to purchase insurance for that house or car? Do you want to get a new job?  Then you better make sure that you have a good credit score?  That is, if you can do something to improve your […]

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Milwaukee, Wisconsin – WAUKESHA — Two families watched their 12-year-old daughters in handcuffs before a judge in adult court Monday afternoon, just days removed from  what police call a horrific attempted homicide. “The Waukesha Police Department is deeply saddened that this 12-year-old girl had to suffer through this horrific crime,” Police Chief Russell Jack said […]

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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Q. I just completed a short sale of my house, can the bank make me pay the balance of $75,000 that was owed on the property? A. Usually the bank will forgive the debt. You’ll get a bill from the IRS if they do that. They can also choose to go after […]

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Online Marketing – Fact or Fiction?

by Steven on June 28, 2013

I’ve been writing about debt for the last 8 years.  Its been my pleasure helping individuals and families from all over the world.  When I put my website together I thought only a few people would ask for my advice but its been fun and exciting helping all of your with your financial questions and […]

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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Q. My mom co-signed for my student loan and I can’t afford to make the payments will they go after my mom for the money? A. Yes they will go after you mom.  If you have any respect for your mom you need to get 2 or 3 jobs to make sure […]

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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Q. Steve I missed a credit card payment and the credit card increased my interest rate by 10% BUT that’s not it, my other credit cards also increased my interest rates, is this legal? A. Yes it is legal.  Credit card companies are like snakes in tall grass.  They wait for you […]

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Settling the debts of someone who has died

by Steven on May 29, 2013

When there is a death it’s generally up to the estate’s executors to notify any creditors along with the credit bureaus – Equifax, TransUnion and Experian.  Michigan State University Extension suggests notifying the credit bureaus as it can help prevent possible identity fraud and is a general courtesy to the creditors. In order for creditors […]

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Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) May 28, 2013 On May 28, Rapid Recovery Solution issues a comment regarding abusive debt collection practices. A May 20 article in Yahoo! News, “Identifying Illegal Debt Collection Practices,” highlights the crass tactics used by some debt collectors, including “harassment, and even arrest if payment is not made in a timely manner.” […]

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Consider the following: 1-in-10 insurance claims are processed incorrectly; debt collectors are using account information that may be incomplete, inaccurate and out-of-date; once reported to a credit bureau, medical debt — whether real or erroneous — can do severe damage to your credit score. Perhaps it couldn’t hurt to give consumers a chance to challenge […]

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Tips You Can Use To Repair Credit

April 15, 2013

Credit repair is the process of getting you back on the good side of your creditors. Without it, you will not be able to borrow any money which is why it is important to know how to do it. The first step is to know how the bad the situation is and the only way […]

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