In a series of posts dating back to March, our blog has been discussing just how disappointing it can be for those pursuing an education, new home, business opportunity or other venture to see a financial institution deny their application for much-needed funds, effectively putting their dreams on hold.
Last week, out blog began discussing how clauses dictating that legal disputes must be resolved in private arbitration rather than the courts are buried deep within the language of many contracts, particularly those proffered by the financial industry.
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed once you are labeled with a “bad” credit score (below 630). But with time and effort, you can rebuild your score. And the effort pays off.
It's safe to say that the majority of people, whether they are making an online purchase, renting a car, applying for a credit card or engaging in any sort of transaction, choose not to read through the many pages of boilerplate before signing on the dotted line.
In a post last week, our blog began examining how Congress, via a provision buried deep within the 2015 highway funding bill, called upon the Internal Revenue Service to once again start outsourcing some collection efforts to third party debt collectors