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Judge Bloom Finds California-Based Internet Lender, CashCall, Abused West Virginia Consumers, Violated State Usury Laws. $15 Million Returned to WV

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In a much-anticipated ruling likely to have national implications, Kanawha Circuit Judge Louis H. Bloom entered two lengthy orders yesterday finding in favor of the State on all its claims and ordering Internet lender, CashCall, of Anaheim, California, to pay $15 million in civil penalties, refunds, and cancelled debts for the 292 West Virginia consumers who obtained the loans and ... Read More »

COURT ORDER RESTRICTS ONLINE PAYDAY LENDER

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LITTLE ROCK – Attorney General Dustin McDaniel announced today that his office has obtained a court order prohibiting the operator of multiple payday lending websites from offering illegal loans to Arkansas consumers. McDaniel earlier this year filed suit in Pulaski County Circuit Court against Josh Mitchem of Kansas City, Mo., and companies PDL Support LLC and Platinum B Services LLC. ... Read More »

Chapter 8 – Your Money is Your Friend

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Chapter 8 – Your money is your friend Once you slow down your consumption of material goods and learn to find happiness within yourself, you will find you have more money to save and invest. You will be able to do much more with what you have and you will be surprised that more will follow. Your external wealth will ... Read More »

Our Debt is From IVF Treatments But We Are Also Underwater On Our Mortgage. – Rob

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“Dear Steve, Key Points. Combined 150K salary with wife. 47K in CC debt (9 different accounts – all APR at 11% and below. 8k loan (0% interest for new windows for house). 80/20 mortgage with first loan I/O ARM (reset Feb 2012, at 6.75%, balance is 284K. Second mortgage at 8.58%, balance is 69,842. 38k in combined 401K. House is ... Read More »

Mortgage Lenders Start to Foreclose but Stop to Leave Owners On The Hook

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I just finished reading a really great article titled “Lenders Abandoning Foreclosed Properties” that was eye opening. Apparently lenders are beginning the foreclosure process, the home owner moves out, but before the foreclosure sale is finalized, the lenders are halting them. This seems to leave the home vacant and still the financial responsibility of the owner that thinks they lost ... Read More »

How Can I Join Your Kiva Team to Help Others? – Morgan

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Morgan “Dear Steve, I’m interested in joining your Kiva team. Is there a minimum donation required? Morgan” Don’t miss our free Get Out of Debt – “How To” Guide Series on a number of topics, for loads of practical advice, tips, and help to beat back debt. – Click Here The Answer   Dear Morgan, Kiva, for those that don’t ... Read More »

Loan Modifications. More PR Than ER. 57% of Monthly Payments in Modified Loans Are the Same or Higher.

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According to a recent study of loans that were modified by lenders, only 29% of loan modifications made at the end of last year actually reduced borrowers’ payments by more than 10 percent. Now this is a good news, bad news story. The good news is that some loans did receive some needed modifications. The bad news is that for ... Read More »

David Writes In “I’m About To Lose My House”

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David wrote to me at GetOutOfDebt.org and asked me for help with his debt situation. If you have a question, you can ask me for free help and advice also. “Dear Steve, I accepted a job in Seattle. My wife and family and home are still in Idaho. My wife is on a fixed income, and we have been hanging ... Read More »

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