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Month: May 2018

Posted on May 21, 2018 in
When a debt is charged-off, collectors may not charge interest or other fees not explicitly stated in the original agreement or authorized by law. As per federal regulations, a creditor may charge-off an installment loan after 120 days of delinquency Revolving credit card accounts are charged-off after 180 days. Once a debt is charged-off it...
Posted on May 14, 2018 in
Rollbacks in payday loan legislation could allow predatory lenders an advantage, leaving borrowers to remain trapped in loans with a never-ending cycle of fees and collection threats. Under laxer regulation lenders would continue to thrive with profits. Meanwhile, borrowers are at risk. Consumers need to be aware of the traps associated with payday loans. CFPB...
Posted on May 10, 2018 in
Las Vegas self-park garages at casinos and hotels often ignore safety issues that put drivers and patrons in danger of injuries from slip and fall accidents. Slip and fall accidents can happen to anyone, but hazardous property conditions significantly increase the risks. When Las Vegas casinos and hotels ignore parking garage safety issues or fail to...
Posted on May 7, 2018 in
While it’s not illegal for employers to require a background check on a job applicant or employee, it is important that they comply with the Fair Credit Reporting Act and other federal rules and regulations protecting such employees and workers from discrimination. It’s not unusual to find employers considering the background of job applicants and...
Posted on May 4, 2018 in
Whether a professional tow truck driver or headed to a favorite camping spot with family, pulling a trailer of any size takes driving skills and practice. The size of the trailer is directly related to the number of adjustments a driver must make to prevent accidents. If you or a family member was seriously injured in...