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Today, the California Attorney General announced a lawsuit against JPMorgan Chase, the nation’s biggest bank, over its debt collection practices. The suit alleges that Chase engaged in widespread, illegal robo-signing, among other unlawful practices, to commit debt-collection abuses against approximately 100,000 California credit card borrowers over at least a three-year period. The AG claims that Continue Reading
CU raises concerns about high fees and weak protections as cities begin issuing prepaid cards
On April 9, 2013, Consumers Union and the Center for Responsible Lending issued a new report outlining how state lawmakers can bolster safeguards to prevent unnecessary foreclosures. Closing the Gaps: What States Should Do to Protect Homeowner From Foreclosure examines recent developments in the legal and regulatory landscape, discusses the relevant provisions of the CFPB rules, Continue Reading
As of January 1, 2013, there is a new California law called The Homeowner Bill of Rights (HBOR). This new law may help you avoid foreclosure. Here’s how: Worried About Foreclosure (English) Precupado por una Ejecucion Hiptecaria? (Worried About Foreclosure? – Spanish)
Worried About Foreclosure (English) As of January 1, 2013, there is a new California law called The Homeowner Bill of Rights (HBOR). This new law may help you avoid foreclosure. Here’s how:
States have yet to recover from the foreclosure crisis that has stripped trillions of dollars from homeowners and devastated local communities across the nation
Foreclosures Decline Dramatically in California in January. New Homeowner Bill of Rights Credited for Big Drop
On February 13, NPR radio reported that foreclosures in California were down by nearly 40 percent. According to the story, RealtyTrac Vice-President Daren Blomquist says a new law brought about the change. That new law is the California Homeowner Bill of Rights which became effective on January 1, 2013. The new law was championed by Continue Reading
Almost half the American adult population has a smart phone, according to a 2012 study. Due to price, smart phones have, for many, become their only computer. This year mobile phones will overtake PCs as the most common Web access device worldwide, research firm Gartner predicts. Cell phones used to be big bricks that could only Continue Reading
The rules set new, national standards to help make sure borrowers are treated fairly
What borrowers need to know