Veterans United Overcharged the VA and I Want My Eligibility Back

Question: Dear Steve, I purchased a house using my VA. The VA appraiser appraised what wasn’t there. However I after moving in found out it required over $30,000 in permits, plans, and work to be livable, without penalties or fines. I asked Veterans United what to do; they told me to deed in lieu. The … Read more

Consumer advisory: Your benefits are protected from garnishment

May 13 2015 By Nora Dowd Eisenhower and Holly Petraeus Older Americans, like many of their younger counterparts, increasingly have debts in collection. Over one-third of the complaints that older consumers submit to us are related to debt collection. In some of these complaints, consumers told us that debt collectors threatened to garnish their benefits … Read more

Air Force Veteran Facing Foreclosure and Lawsuits Over Credit Card Debt. – Elaine

“Dear Steve, I live in Florida, am a 50 year old female, make only about $800/mo ($250 VA disability payment, $550 from a part time job), own a 2005 Toyota Matrix in fair condition and own nothing else of value. I am an air force veteran and being treated through the VA. The last time … Read more