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Another MetLife Employee Strikes Again!

Just a few days ago I reported on how former MetLife employee, Mark Edward Salyer of Tennessee, was responsible for the investment fraud scheme to the tune of $6 million between June of 2005 until June of 2007. Three days later, on October 6, 2011, Pensylvannia resident John Wosotowsky pleaded guilty to two counts (mail fraud and filing a false ... Read More »

    Gambling Financial Problems Led to My Bankruptcy. – Lola

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    “Dear Steve, Had a gambling problem and ruined my financial situation. Filed for bankruptucy chapter 13 and half my paycheck goes to that through wage garnishmetn but I did not quit gambling. I then took out several online payday loans and kept gambling and then could not pay them. The bank closed my account for too many over drafts. The ... Read More »

      I Am In Debt to Online Casinos. – Trish

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      “Dear Steve, I owe $25,000 on credit cards, loans and overdraft used for online casinos. How can I reduce these? Trish”   Dear Trish, The residual debt is just the symptom of the greater issue, gambling. While I don’t know your age, I do know you are a woman. Online gambling is primarily used by middle-aged women who are seeking ... Read More »

        Sally is in Debt Because of Slot Machines and Gambling

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        “Dear Steve, My debt was caused by something totally different. I am 48 years old. Six years ago, the youngest of our three children moved out. My husband works swing shift and I found myself lonely and depressed. I didn’t know what to do with myself. But then I found the casino. A place I could go by myself. I ... Read More »

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