FTC Approves Final Order in Texas Auto Dealer’s Deceptive Ad Case

Following a public comment period, the Federal Trade Commission has approved a final order involving deceptive advertising charges against a Dallas auto dealer, TXVT Limited Partnership (doing business as Trophy Nissan). Under the settlement, Trophy is prohibited from misrepresenting in any advertisement the material terms of any promotion or other incentive, including that it will …

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Consumer advisory: Three steps you should take if you have a reverse mortgage

Feb 9 2015 By Nora Dowd Eisenhower Reverse mortgages are a type of loan that allows homeowners, 62 and older, to borrow against the accrued equity in their homes. Reverse mortgages can help some older homeowners meet financial needs in retirement. Most reverse mortgages today are federally insured through the Federal Housing Authority’s (FHA) Home …

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10 Weird But Worthy Scholarships for Students

Grace Brentano is student at Westminster School and a UChic.com Brand Ambassador and Blogger. Let’s face it — college is expensive. Books, classes and those extracurricular activities that are so important to your future all cost money. Today, scholarships are necessary for students so they can get the most out of college experience. But not …

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