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  • Using Credit Cards for Holiday Spending
    Using Credit Cards for Holiday Spending

    For many people, the holiday season increases pressure for spending. The money has to come from somewhere. If your contemplating opening a new credit card or using your credit for holiday gifts, read ...

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  • What to do if You Are Facing a Credit Card Lawsuit in New York
    What to do if You Are Facing a Credit Card Lawsuit in New York

    Lower courts in New York have been nicknamed "the credit card courts" due to the enormous volume of credit card lawsuits brought by banks, lenders, and debt buyers. Many of the cases that make their ...

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  • Consumer Credit Card Market Report: CFPB
    Consumer Credit Card Market Report: CFPB

    Many of us think nothing of the small plastic rectangle card we carry and use on a daily basis. Credit cards and lines of credit have reached the point of mundanity for most American consumers; they ...

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  • Beware of Debt Consolidation Companies
    Beware of Debt Consolidation Companies

    You’ve probably heard or seen advertisements featuring buzzword phrases such as “Don’t let credit card companies trick you into thinking you have to pay all your debt back!” and “Consolidate your ...

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  • Failure to Disclose Interest on Collection Letter Violates FDCPA
    Failure to Disclose Interest on Collection Letter Violates FDCPA

    Consumer law can be difficult to parse out, not just for the average person, but for courts as well. An appeals decision by a second circuit court in the case of Avila v. Riexinger & Associates is but ...

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  • Harassed by an abusive debt collector? Get up to $1000!
    Harassed by an abusive debt collector? Get up to $1000!

    Having a debt in collections can be very stressful. But having debt collectors constantly harassing you and using unfair collection tactics can make the situation feel impossible. It’s a debt ...

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