09/30/2010
As a result of the declining economy, the number of retailers closing their doors has increased substantially, leaving confused shoppers wondering what will happen to goods they haven’t received, gift c..
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09/30/2010
According to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), the independent agency that insures bank deposits, IndyMac Bank was the third-largest financial institution to fail in U.S. history. In th..
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08/17/2010
An online ad offering a credit protection number (CPN) to clean up your credit score may sound like the perfect solution for bad credit. The problem is that the CPN is really a stolen Social Security Nu..
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08/17/2010
More changes to the rules for credit card companies are on the way, effective August 22nd. These changes will affect penalty fees and rate increases on your credit card account.
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07/28/2010
To help college bound students build a foundation of sound financial habits, Better Business Bureau offers the following advice for parents to bestow on their freshman.
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07/28/2010
Junk mail is a nuisance for many consumers who receive daily postcards, flyers, specially-marked envelopes and pre-approved credit card offers. Junk mail also presents an opportunity for ID thieves to s..
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07/28/2010
Despite the decline in reported ID theft, Better Business Bureau (BBB) warns that thieves and hackers still lurk online and is offering advice consumer can use to protect their personal and financial in..
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07/28/2010
Better Business Bureau (BBB) warns that, when it comes to reviewing and cleaning out financial records, failing to shred sensitive documents can put everyone at risk of ID theft.
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07/28/2010
Perhaps the only exciting part of filing taxes is finding out whether you are due for a big tax refund from the IRS. Making sure you get every cent coming to you can take a lot of time and effort, and B..
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07/28/2010
Better Business Bureau warns that every tax season scam artists come out to prey on unsuspecting consumers. Posing as the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) through mail, e-mail, or the telephone, identity ..
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