Unlicensed debt collector must stop business

Jan 14, 2011 Kyle Duncan

Unlicensed debt collector must stop business

A woman from Chisago City, Minnesota, was recently told to stop performing debt collection work in the state because she was operating without a license, reports the Star Tribune. A cease and desist order was signed by the state's Department


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Peace of mind with short term loans

Jan 14, 2011 Todd Milner

Peace of mind with short term loans

Many consumers can pay their bills on time. But sometimes, they struggle and other times, they just can't make ends meet. They're falling fast, but lucky there's a net there to catch them - in the form of nontraditional credit lines.Short term


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Only give out information when necessary, identity theft experts say

Jan 13, 2011 Brian Bradley

According to many technology experts, more and more cases of fraud are connected to identity theft, leaving many vulnerable to having their information used to run up credit card debts and other expenses.In a recent interview with BankInfoSecurtiy.com,


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The elderly can be easy targets for identity thieves

Jan 13, 2011 Brian Bradley

One of the biggest targets for identity thieves is a group of some of the most vulnerable members of society - retirees.According to many experts in the field, the elderly population makes a good target for those looking to steal credit card


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Could a background check have prevented murder?

Jan 13, 2011 Matt Roesly

Could a background check have prevented murder?

A murder at a Bethesda, Maryland, hospital has prompted debate over whether a more thorough background check would have prevented the killer from being employed at the facility.According to the Washington Examiner, Keith D. Little is accused


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