Communications with Employers after Marx v. General Revenue Corporation

Last month, the United States Appellate Court, 10th Circuit, handed down its opinion in Marx v. General Revenue Corporation, and it does not bode well for consumers.  In this case, the debt collector sent a fax to Marx’s employer seeking information on her employment status.  Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Section 1692c(b) a […]
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Lemon Law What Does It Mean For The Consumer

Have you ever bought a car and thought, after driving it for a while, thought that you have a lemon? If your recently purchased automobile has been in the repair shop frequently, you may have purchased a lemon. How do you determine if your vehicle is a lemon? 1. Look at the manufacture, mileage and […]
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Identity Theft – 10 Things You Need To Know

An estimated 11 million Americans discovered that they were victims of some form of identity theft last year. Everyone is susceptible to identity theft; the young or old, rich or poor, even minors. Here are some important tips and facts about identity theft so you can avoid becoming a victim. 1. Thieves do not need […]
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