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Consumer Alert: Seniors complain callers using property tax relief programs to target

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The Washington State Attorney General’s Office is joining the Washington State Departments of Veterans Affairs and Revenue in warning consumers about complaints they’ve received from seniors who say they’ve received calls from solicitors posing as state agents for a senior property tax relief program. The Department of Revenue learned Washington seniors are complaing that they have been contacted by solicitors ... Read More »

    NoteWorld Hit With Class Action RICO Suit

    Thanks to a tipster (send in your tips here) we discover that NoteWorld was just hit with a lawsuit on behalf of consumers against Noteworld, LLC (“Noteworld”), claiming the Tacoma, Wash. company has violated the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (“RICO”) by engaging in a conspiracy to defraud consumers by extracting exorbitant fees from trust accounts related to useless ... Read More »

      5 Ways to Get Yourself Out of Debt

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      ... you’ll decide you don’t want it after all and may end up paying off yet another bill with that money! Related Posts. 5 Ways to Get Yourself In Debt; Debt Relief Plan; How to Get Out of Debt ; Transforming Debt Into Wealth ... Read More »

        http://twitpic.com/x36ph Dumbest debt relief ad seen this week. "Call now to stop Nes Debt harassment." What’s that?

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        getoutofdebtguy: Dumbest debt relief ad seen this week. "Call now to stop Nes Debt harassment." What's that? Read More »

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