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My Husband is a Deputy Sheriff and We Are Trying to Get Out From Under These Payday Loans. – Dawn

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“Dear Steve, I have 3 payday loans, 5 installment loans and I am trying to get those paid off. The problem, of course, is the pay day loans. I live in Texas and want to know if we can use the EPP for the payday loans and if we should close down our current bank account and start a new ... Read More »

Fraudulent Rescue / Equity Skim Scheme Costs Dozens Over $6.2 Million

Between 2006 and 2008 real estate agent, Joanne Seeley, defrauded 34 homeowners and 14 mortgage companies in Pennsylvania out of more than $6.2 million in a fraudulent Foreclosure Rescue/Equity Skim scheme. Seeley was found guilty earlier this month on four counts of wire fraud and four counts of money laundering; each punishable by a maximum 20 years in prision and ... Read More »

I’m a Low Income Single Mother With a Disabled Son and Collectors are Chasing Me. – Milla

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Milla “Dear Steve, I had a car that was repossed around 2005. The car was sold but the creditors are coming after me saying I have to pay around 7,00 with interest of $43 monthly. They had the sheriff come to my home with some court papers. I also had to fill out some papers the sheriff sent to my ... Read More »

CACH Letter Says a Sheriff Would Be Sent Shortly. – Douglas

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Douglas “Dear Steve, My mother received a collection letter at her home of which I have not lived for a number of years. The letter stated that a sheriff would be sent shortly to serve a complaint. The collection letter said that they are not a law firm, that they were just trying to collect a debt. The letter says ... Read More »

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