According to the American Association of Publishers e-book sales are growing exponentially. Between the months of January and August of 2011 e-book sales increased 144.4 percent to $649.2 million. In February the sale of e-books actually overcrowded the sale of paperback books. Since e-books are expected to be a popular holiday gift item the Better Business Bureau (BBB) has naturally ... Read More »
(Phoenix, Ariz. – Oct. 7, 2010) Attorney General Terry Goddard is warning Arizonans to be wary of unsolicited contractors coming to your door and offering help with repairs or clean-up related to this week’s strong storms across Arizona. “From the tornadoes that touched down around Flagstaff to the golf ball-size hail that fell in parts of Phoenix, these were unusually ... Read More »
“Dear Steve, What should I do if a collection company won’t give me their address? The guy that called was Jeff Parker (212) 500-0839. The message he left was that there were papers filed under my SS# at the New York City court and I needed to contact them right away. He first told me that he was from a ... Read More »
Frightening Calls From Fake Debt Collectors Threaten People With Jail for Payday Loans. It’s a Scam.
Phantom phony debt collectors with Indian accents are calling people trying to scare them into paying debts that are not theirs. Some of the company names they use are American Credit Services, TAC Evolution, Allied Financial Services, CashNetUSA, Sonic Bank, Sonic CashNet, CashLand, and Cash America. If you know of others, please add them in the comments section below. The ... Read More »
Foreclosures are increasing nationwide, and so are scams that promise to “rescue” homeowners from foreclosure. What these scams do is take your money, ruin your credit record, and wipe out any equity you have in your home. Foreclosure con artists take advantage of people who have fallen behind on their mortgages and face foreclosure. Con artists know that people in ... Read More »