"Saying correspondence is from an attorney when it is not.
Threatening to take action that is not legal or that the creditor does not intend to take.
Misrepresenting your credit information or failing to communicate that you are disputing a debt.
Failure to disclose clearly in all communication that the debtor is attempting to collect a debt
and that any information obtained will be used for that purpose. ..."
"Buying a home is probably the single largest investment most people make in a
lifetime. By preparing yourself and your credit before a home purchase or refinance,
you can ensure a smooth finance process and can potentially save thousands on your
loan. Improve your financial profile now so you can take advantage of the low
interest rates before they disappear. Start by checking your credit ..."
"You may want to look closely at issues involving credit if you've recently been
through a divorce - or are contemplating one. Understanding the different kinds of
credit accounts opened during a marriage may help show you the potential benefits
and pitfalls of each. ..."
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Basic rights under The Fair Credit Reporting Act
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Commit to fiscal fitness in 2018
Randy Price, a financial advisor at Edward Jones in Athens, said the next step is paying off the most expensive debt first. “Tackle the debts with the highest interest rates first,” he said. “If you are paying 20 percent interest on a credit card and ...