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Cornerstone Financial Education DMP Service Agreement

A tipster (send in your tips here) sent in the following information and praises for a debt management plan provider, Cornerstone Financial Education, which is really iPayDebt Financial Services. I did a bit of checking and iPayDebt Financial Services is listed by the IRS as a charity and I have attached their last public tax return here. The tipster (send ... Read More »

Debt Settlement Companies Being Investigated by State of Kansas

Kansas is cracking down on the sales and service of debt settlement services. While tight lipped about who they are specifically investigating, Kevin Glendening, the Deputy Banking Director, has confirmed his office is investigating debt settlement companies. Glendening says, “Companies that I think consumers should avoid are a lot of the ones that you see advertised on the late night ... Read More »

Kentucky Signs Into Law New Tough Debt Adjusting Law That Regulates Debt Settlement Companies and Others

Kentucky Debt Adjusting Fees

I’ll admit I’m a bit late with this news but on April 13, 2010 Kentucky signed into law a new tough set of rules that regulate credit counseling, debt settlement and foreclosure assistance. FRANKFORT, Ky. — Gov. Steve Beshear was joined today by Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway as he signed into law HB 166, a consumer protection bill that ... Read More »

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