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WaMu Will Not Let Me Change My Due Date. – Robert

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“Dear Steve, I want to change the due date on my WaMu credit card account and because I am over the limit they will not change it. In 2007 I went on preretirement at age 62. I only get $800.00 a month and my rent is $400.00 gas and electric $250.00. I pay them $60.00 a month but it is ... Read More »

    Seven Ways to Stick It to Your Creditors

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    Many of the people I talk to feel their creditors have taken advantage of them. Most of that belief is a misperception. The vast majority of creditors follow the rules and abide by the agreements they sent you when you applied for credit. However, people are still plenty upset with their creditors and want to know how they can get ... Read More »

      One in Three Consumers Spanked By Their Credit Card Companies

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      San Francisco, CA – March 2, 2009 – According to a new survey for National Consumer Protection Week (March 1-8) from Credit.com, a third (33.7%) of consumers say their credit card company has made one or more of the following changes to their credit account: Increased their interest rate 15% Increased their minimum payment due 11% Changed their due date ... 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 »

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