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Mortgage Lender List of Loss Mitigation Contacts That Can Help You Avoid Foreclosure

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If you have a mortgage with one of the lenders below you can use the contact information to reach the person at the lender that should be able to direct you to the special terms or programs available to help you avoid foreclosure or to come to a solution regarding your delinquent mortgage. The contacts should be able to handle ... Read More »

    Bank of America Hit With Class Action Suit Over Credit Card Fees And Charges

    Bank of America, MBNA, FIA Card Services Class Action Lawsuit

    On November 24, 2008 a class action lawsuit was filed against Bank of America, for deliberately engaging in a course of action that led to credit card customers to be intentionally penalized even though payments were made by the due date. The suit cites, as an example, the case of Bruce Trombley who received a credit card statement with a ... Read More »

      Credit Card Companies Are Coming For You. Protect the Wife and Children.

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      I see a new advertising campaign in our future. When Banks Panic You Lose Even though the Federal Reserve has lowered its rate to 1%, banks are raising your interest rates in hopes of making a bigger profit. Oh yes, they are raising your fees or charging news ones as well. At a time when the government is pleading for ... Read More »

        Bank of America Offers “Clean Sweep” Debt Consolidation Loan Up to $50,000. Let’s Look at The Facts And See Who Is Really Cleaning Up.

        Bank of America CleanSweep Offer Envelope

        In this time of great economic worry and stress, Bank of America is sending out an offer they call their Clean Sweep® – Bank of America® Debt Consolidation Plan. I thought it would be beneficial to take a close look at this offer and use it to help educate readers about what to look for and how the marketing message ... Read More »

          Banks Agree to Wipe Out Up to 40 Percent of Credit Card Debt But Watch Out.

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          Credit card lenders include Discover Financial Services LLC, Bank of America Corp., Citigroup Inc., JPMorgan Chase & Co., Capital One Financial Corp., American Express Co. and HSBC Holdings have finally come together with the help of the National Foundation for Credit Counseling, Consumer Federation of America and the Financial Service Roundtable to start the process of creating a debt solution, ... Read More »

            Credit Card Horror Stories: Tales of Credit Limit Reductions and Account Closures

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            Bankrate.com did a story on Friday (sorry for not getting to this earlier) highlighting some of the same stuff that I've been pointing out here for weeks. More and more customers are experiencing credit-limit reductions and account closures. Over the course of the past few weeks, Bankrate.com readers have been chiming in with their own credit-card tales. Many of their stories will seem familiar. Read More »

              Personal Finance Brain Trust – What Rights Should Debtors Have?

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              This weeks brain trust question was: Question: Bank of America is proudly telling people about their new loan modification program and how much it will help people. But this program did not materialize until Bank of America was sued by some states over predatory lending. The real world situation is that the majority of lenders are unresponsive or just not ... Read More »

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