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Macy Hanson Loses Against National Legal Staffing and Resolvly

I’ve written in the past about cases against National Legal Staffing Support and Resolvly\ filed by Mississippi attorney Macy Hanson. Attorney Hanson appears to have come up on the short end in a case filed by National Legal Staffing Support and Resolvly against him. The case filed in Florida surrounded actions described in the Summary …

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Color Me Cynical. Department of Education Statement Out of Touch on Loan Forgiveness.

Can we be honest for a minute? The entire issue of forgiving student loans with a one-time approach is stupid. It does not address the systemic breakdown of the cost of higher education or the realities of the BS schools selling students into debt for the corporation’s benefit. If the Biden student loan forgiveness plan …

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Video podcast – The AMEX Problem

Get Out of Debt Guy Podcast - Steve Rhode

Listen to the Podcast You can subscribe to my podcast on any of these sites below.                    Easiest way to listen – Say “Hey Siri play Get Out of Debt Guy Podcast” or “Hey Alexa play Get Out of Debt Guy Podcast” Easiest way to subscribe – Say “Hey Siri subscribe Get Out of Debt …

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Average Household Not Prepared Anymore for Money Troubles

Average person Not Prepared Anymore for Money Troubles

According to report findings, many consumers are not financially prepared for a disruption to their primary source of income, even as unemployment remains low. Nearly 37% of households report that they could not cover expenses for longer than one month, even with accessing savings, borrowing money, selling assets, or seeking help from family and friends. …

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Good Bye Rando Credit Repair Scammers

Wave Goodbye to the Middle Class

As a result of a Federal Trade Commission lawsuit, the operators of “The Credit Game,” a credit repair scheme that cost consumers millions of dollars, face a lifetime ban from the credit repair industry in proposed court orders filed today. Michael and Valerie Rando and their companies, first sued by the FTC in May 2022, would also be …

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How to Future-Proof Your Side Hustle to Keep Making Money

If you don’t think technology won’t kill your side hustle, don’t be so sure. Rideshare opportunities like Uber and Lyft have been good ways to make money for many, but that is not the future. Automated vehicles will replace human-driven vehicles, and tests are already rolling on roads in Arizona and California. I’m sure there are others. The idea …

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This Could Shake Up the Debt Relief Industry

Today, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) proposed requiring certain nonbank financial firms to register with the CFPB when they become subject to certain local, state, or federal consumer financial protection agency or court orders. Before someone says this does not apply to the debt relief industry, read 12 U.S.C. 5481(15)(viii)(II). If you read the …

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Litigation Practice Group Contract Review

I recently wrote about the number of lawsuits Litigation Practice Group recently disclosed. Along comes a Litigation Practice Group contract, and I thought if I reviewed it, this might help people better understand this agreement and clear up any confusion. You can see my notes below each page. LPG says they will provide you with …

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Damn. Litigation Practice Group Sure Has a Lot of Lawsuits Against Them.

Damn. Litigation Practice Group Sure Has a Lot of Lawsuits Against Them.

Litigation Practice Group just posted a court document that revealed something very informative for consumers. According to this document, “LPG is a named defendant in ten litigation matters – and a potential defendant in the eleventh matter. Ten of the eleven pending lawsuits involve allegations arising under the Credit Repair Organizations Act (“CROA”), 15 U.S.C. …

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