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Contractors Beware! $99 Advance Fee Job Scam

It was announced yesterday that the Better Business Bureau (BBB) is alerting contractors across the country to be on the look out for telephone solicitors attempting to convince them to sign up for an online program that offers free job leads. Apparently, numerous contractors have reported to the BBB about a scheme in which they paid a $99 background screening ... Read More »

A New Way Out of Debt

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A New Way out of Debt In a growing number of cities, businessmen are getting together to offer a helping hand to those in financial hot water. Condensed from Empire: Murray Teigh Bloom In the fall of 1960 the world seemed about to collapse around Billy and Marilyn Simmons of Phoenix, Ariz., and their two children. Hounded by bill collectors ... Read More »

I’m a Salesman But Need to Go Back to School But Banks are Suing Me. – Jason

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“Dear Steve, Salesman drawing $2k/mo – spouse $3k/mo; no commission. $1600 mortg, secured debt $220k+ (with house, car, furniture); $65k+ unsecured debt (loans, cc) $120k school loans – in deferment. Need to go back to school, but getting judgments placed for credit cards. Feel I’m too far gone to handle this alone. Is consumer credit counseling, debt settlement companies, or ... Read More »

I Work at a Car Dealership and Think My Truck Will Have to be Repossessed. – Kristi

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Kristi “Dear Steve, I bought a truck 3 years ago on 5 year loan. Since, my husband and I have moved out of state where I began working for a car dealership. We then purchased a truck for him with my employee discount. The owners of the dealership were then forced to sell the business, and I was hired by ... Read More »

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