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- Student Loan Dischargability: A Debtor Attorney’s Perspective
Student loan debt in the United States is the largest class of consumer debt today behind mortgages, and is higher than both credit card debt and automobile loans.
- Call-Blocking Apps Could Stop You from Winning Big Against RoboCalls
By Using Apps such as NOMOROBO. This will prevent you from earning money from these harassing robocalls. You may be entitled to stop and earn money per robocalls.
- Do I Have a Right to Ask the Dealer for a CarFax Report Before I Sign?
When dealing with an auto dealership to purchase a vehicle, it may be possible to request a CarFax report. However, this may only be possible if the vehicle is registered and has a file with the website.
- Yo-Yo Financing Tactics
Yo-yo financing is detrimental to those affected by these situations, and it occurs through a deal with the car dealership when the financing falls through even if the person was told he or she is approved at the company.
- The Warranty was Voided but It Did Not Show on CarFax Report. Is that Fraud?
Carfax reports may not reveal all the details of a vehicle that is being sold. However, if reparations are not made with the company, those managing it may be liable for damages or criminal charges such as fraud.
Unlike the Blackberry keyboards of yesteryears, your smartphone probably has a pop-up touch-screen keyboard. Recently, the Northern District of California took issue with this modern design, and denied Uber’s motion to compel arbitration because a pop-up keyboard blocked Uber’s Terms and Conditions from view while a user registered for the app.
- Dealer did not Pay Off my Trade-In, Is that a Crime?
Persons that make deals with dealerships often come out on the losing end, and this causes plenty of strife that is usually unnecessary. However, to ensure that a dealership or car agency sticks to what was promised, a contract should be drafted with the terms outlined detailing exactly what is promised.
- Federal Law and Consumer Credit Scores
With the exception of your Social Security number, no other number has more of an impact on your life than the impact made by your credit score. Credit scores influence lender decisions on whether to offer you credit cards and loans for big ticket items, such as a home and automobile. Even employers use credit scores as one factor in determining the qualifications of a job applicant.
- Expert Witness on Illegal Debt Collection Practices
When someone owes money to a debtor, this account is often referred to a debt collector. Debt collectors must follow federal law and state law when attempting to collect this debt. If the debt collector does not follow applicable laws, it may be liable for violations.
- Found Out at the Airport that I Am Blacklisted. Now What?
Getting blacklisted at an airport is often confusing. There are certain specifics that are provided to United States citizens in how this occurs with airports in the country, but other lands may have requirements that may not be fully comprehended unless further study and research are performed.