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Suing Your Mortgage Lender - Do You Believe You Have A Case Against Your Lender?

POSTED: Consumer Fraud ForumApril 11, 2018 at 4:11 PM /

Suing your mortgage lender might be the last thought on your mind if you’re at odds with them and trying to work out a deal to keep your home. Unfortunately, banks don’t think the same way as homeowners. They want their money and you want to keep a solid relationship. The two don’t coincide.

Common Investor Malpractice Claims

It’s no surprise that financial advisors have a bad reputation among the wealthy, middle class and poor. Why? Because of malpractice and cases of negligence that have have come to light in recent times.

How to Check if Your Financial Advisor is a Credible Professional or Just a Scammer After Your Money

POSTED: Consumer Fraud ForumSeptember 7, 2017 at 4:26 PM / Financial & Insurance Fraud

Anyone can be a financial advisor since there are no specific qualifications nor does a person need to be registered. How do you know they are not amateurs or scammers, when you are looking for guidance and support on your investments?  

How to Protect Against Food Fraud

POSTED: Consumer Fraud ForumAugust 31, 2017 at 1:11 PM / Food Fraud

Did you buy organic honey supposedly made by bees that only ate rose pollen? Did your expensive extra virgin olive oil supposedly come from one tree in a little village in Sicily? Only to find out that neither product came from where the label said and you grossly overpaid for something that was massed...

Do you own a Harley-Davidson motorcycle with a Twin Cam 103 engine?

POSTED: Consumer Fraud ForumApril 26, 2017 at 1:41 PM / Auto Recalls

Recently, some Harley Davidson Motorcycle owners have complained that they've suffered damages from their Harleys equipped with a Twin Cam 103 engine. 

What Consumers Need To Know About 0% Auto Financing

POSTED: Consumer Fraud ForumDecember 20, 2016 at 11:02 AM / Consumer Tips

‘Tis the season for car commercials. Ad after ad shows brand new cars in driveways with big red bows on top or little kids who ask Santa for cars for their parents.  Oftentimes, those commercials also advertise end-of-year promotions such as 0% interest rates, 72-month terms and up to $2500 cash back.

The Overwhelming Costs of Mental Health

POSTED: Consumer Fraud ForumFebruary 12, 2016 at 9:00 AM / Consumer News

Mental health care may be a luxury that many can’t afford. One in four adults in America experiences bouts of mental illness every year, resulting in $193.2 billion in lost earnings per year. A 2011 study published by the American Association of Suicidology found a connection between attempted suicide and...

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