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Monthly Archives: January 2023

CreditReport

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Instructs Credit Reporting Agencies To Remove Bald-Faced Lies From Consumers’ Credit Reports

By Consumer Law PA |

Did you hear the one about the guy who continued paying his bills on time even after he was dead?  Did you hear about the lady who applied for her first car loan before she was old enough to get a learner’s permit, or the one who opened a credit card account several years… Read More »

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Even The IRS Forgives Debts Sometimes

By Consumer Law PA |

Even with the tax credits available to people who have no sources of income other than the work of their own hands, the feeling of owing money to the IRS but not being able to pay it is all too familiar to many working Americans.  How many times have you filed for an extension… Read More »

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Pennsylvania Attorney General Sues Two Used Car Dealerships That Sold Cars That Were Not Roadworthy

By Consumer Law PA |

As new cars, along with almost everything else, become less and less affordable, demand keeps growing for used cars.  Meanwhile, the price of used cars has increased 42 percent in the past three years, according to Kelley Blue Book.  The law requires dealerships that sell used cars to be transparent about the history of… Read More »

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Being Judgment Proof Is Not As Cool As It Sounds

By Consumer Law PA |

The law makes it possible for creditors to force borrowers to pay debts, but the creditors must go through a long process to get to the point of judgments and wage garnishments.  Even if a creditor follows all the steps and has the law on their side, it is not possible to collect money… Read More »

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