Tag Archives: west virginia
- West Virginia Settles Charges Against Capital One
West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw announces a settlement his office reached with Capital One Bank (USA) N.A.; Capital One Service, LLC, a Delaware corporation; Capital One Services II, LLC; Capital One Services III, LLC; COSI Receivables Management, Inc. (collectively Capital One), to resolve claims involving credit card practices in place prior to January 1, [...]
- Beware Of Breast Cancer… And Breast Cancer Scams
It’s that time of the year folks; charity walks, pink ribbons and women posting obscure Facebook status updates in honor of, you guessed it, Breast Cancer Awareness month! Due to the awareness (and sometimes re-awareness) of this cancer and month charities and foundations usually see a spike in donations during the month of October for [...]
- It’s Been A Year Since The TSR – What’s Changed With Debt Settlement?
A year ago this month the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) barred debt settlement companies that used telemarketing from accepting up-front fees. Although it’s been an entire year since this change we are still see companies trying sneak in those up-front fees with businesses trying to exploit loopholes. The whole purpose of the Telemarketing Sales Ruling [...]
- Clear Financial Solutions, Financial Freedom of America, and Financial Solutions Legal Center Refund Clients
Attorney General McGraw Continues to Reign in the Debt Relief Industry. Today he Announced Settlements with Three More Companies, Resulting in $214,000 in Refunds for 226 West Virginia Consumers. Alyson Rye of West Union was alarmed when a telemarketer from Clear Financial Solutions repeatedly badgered her to accept his offer to reduce the interest rates [...]
- Misty Didn’t Have Health Insurance And Got Sick. Now The Bills Are Rolling In.
Misty “Dear Steve, I have a large amount of medical bills coming in from when I didn’t have health insurance. On top of that I have about $2,000 in credit card debt and roughly $10,000 in student loans. I have another $2,000 from a loan I took out. I now have two judgements on my [...]