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Consumer Credit Counseling Service announces more help for student loan borrowers

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Consumer Credit Counseling Service announces more help for student loan borrowers
As 2016 unfolds, student loans continue to be a source of angst for many area residents. A report released last week by Generation Progress stated student debt continues to climb and millions more have defaulted, with no solution in sight. Forty-three …
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Consumer credit boom seen in Vietnam as economy recovers
Financial firms and commercial banks providing this kind of service still largely ignore the outskirts of towns and rural areas, where there is a large number of people who don’t qualify for banking loans and who are potential customers for consumer …
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Arrest Made In Consumer Credit Union Robbery
CCU Robbery. Sun File Photo by O.J. Early Law enforcement officials respond to an armed robbery at the Consumer Credit Union in Mosheim on Dec. 10. robber 4. Posted: Wednesday, January 6, 2016 8:07 am. Arrest Made In Consumer Credit Union …
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Consumer credit boom expected in next five years in Viet Nam

Consumer credit boom expected in next five years in Viet Nam
The percentage was expected to rise to more than 15 per cent of the total outstanding loans in the next five years, or an average annual rise of 20 per cent, promising a busy market with a diversification of consumer lending packages. According to …
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Santander Consumer USA Holdings (SC) – Investment Analysts’ Recent Ratings Changes
According to Zacks, “Santander Consumer USA Holdings Inc. is a technology-driven consumer finance company which focused on vehicle finance and unsecured consumer lending products. The company’s vehicle finance products and services include …
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Buffett’s Mobile-Home Unit Should Be Probed, Lawmakers Say
The company’s lending arms “are highly regulated by state and federal agencies, which closely monitor our treatment of borrowers,” Clayton said in a statement Wednesday. “The reporting is based on HMDA data, which does not include key factors … and …
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Latest Consumer Lending News

Minnesota Mortgage Association leader Brian Call on new rules, rising interest
Brian Call, president of Rubicon Mortgage, steps into the role of president of the Minnesota Mortgage Association at a particularly challenging time for the industry. Coming out of the recession, the industry has faced a near overhaul of its …
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Consumer credit’s US growth slows
Federal government lending to consumers, made up mostly of educational loans, increased $ 2 billion in November from the previous month before adjusting for seasonal variations. It was the smallest gain since February 2012. Revolving debt, which …
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Market Jitters
The majority of the portfolio is expected to be in unsecured loans to consumers (interest rates ranging from 6-15% and an approximate size of up to £100,000) as well as lending to small businesses, although it may also invest in secured loans …
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Latest Consumer Fraud News

Phoenix auto dealer who scammed customers works for IRS
An investigation by The Arizona Republic found that Colombo has been employed by the IRS since 1998 — and she remained employed after state prosecutors shut down Uncle Joe’s and filed a consumer-fraud lawsuit against Colombo and her husband, …

In consumer fraud case, Judge orders ‘ex-gay’ counseling nonprofit to close
A New Jersey nonprofit found to have violated consumer fraud laws for offering therapy it said would turn gays to heterosexuals must shut down, a judge ordered this month. The granting of a permanent injunction against Jews Offering New Alternatives …
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Consumer fraud alert
The Southern Missouri Consumer Fraud Task Force is cautioning Missourians to research charities before making a donation. “We want to make sure that the charity you are supporting is a tax-exempt organization and not a scam,” said Lew Polivick, interim …
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Cicero company sued for consumer fraud targeting Latino community
(CHICAGO) A lawsuit filed Monday by Attorney General Lisa Madigan alleges that a Cicero company and its owner operated a mortgage rescue and consumer fraud scheme. Carrey Services, Inc. and its president Reynaldo Rojas are being sued for illegally …
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Shareholders sack CEO of Lithuania’s biggest consumer credit company after
After the Bank of Lithuania revoked the licence of 4finance, the country’s leading consumer loan company, last week, it said it would contest the decision. Less than a week later, however, the company’s shareholders sacked its general manager Gediminas …
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Consumer Credit Card Debt Near ‘Unsustainable’ Levels: CardHub
If they keep it up, CardHub estimates consumers will end 2015 with a net increase of $ 68.5 billion in credit card debt, “putting us perilously close to a tipping point at which balances become unsustainable and delinquency rates skyrocket,” according …
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Full Recovery Predicted for Consumer Credit Markets
Full Recovery Predicted for Consumer Credit Markets. by Darren Waggoner. DEC 9, 2015 6:19am ET. TransUnion predicts that the consumer lending market will have fully recovered by the end of next year from both the mortgage crisis and the recession that …
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Gay ‘cure’ group to close following consumer fraud lawsuit

Gay ‘cure’ group to close following consumer fraud lawsuit
Jews Offering New Alternatives for Healing (JONAH) in the US state of New Jersey broke the state’s consumer fraud protection law by claiming to be able to change the sexuality of clients, a court found in June. JONAH was at the time ordered to pay $ 72 …
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Arizona Attorney General’s Office files a consumer fraud lawsuit against
PHOENIX — The Arizona Attorney General’s Office has filed a consumer fraud lawsuit against a telemarketing company. Publishers Service Office is alleged to have violated the Arizona Consumer Fraud Act by falsely claiming they’re authorized by magazine …
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Holiday Greetings Record Sms Rates And Consumer Protection In To Fight Mobile Spammers

Record numbers of people in New Zealand are tapping out holiday greetings, sending holiday text messages soaring to record rates. New Zealands communications company, Telecom indicated that 23 million text messages were sent via SMS service last Christmas. Vodafone indicated a similar volume of SMS messages with nearly one million being sent per hour.

The added ability to send greetings to loved ones using text messages via SMS from PCs, has added to the popular method of sending seasonal greetings to loved ones, even those overseas. As people use SMS computer-based services and send SMS online messages, the message volumes have increased up by up to six times, particularly as friends and family text one another greetings for the New Year. In fact, Vodafone spokespersons indicated that although Christmas is a particularly heavy texting time, the volumes double on New Years Eve, which puts a strain on the network. In addition, the popular mass SMS to multiple family members and friends on cell phones with group features means it is nearly impossible to calculate or predict the number of texts that will be sent this New Year.

The huge challenge for SMS gateway networks to handle the rush of text messages can occasionally mean that some messages are not received. The SMS API, however, is designed to deliver text messages for up to three days after the Send button is pressed, ensuring that even if late, the text messages will get through.

A consumer advocacy group, called Choice, stepped in to fight against mobile ringtone service, wall paper services, and horoscope services that make it very difficult to unsubscribe. Consumers have lately reported a number of incidents where their phones are inundated with misleading SMS online mobile services they never requested, prompting the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to begin a review.

The ACCC found that some portions of the mobile phone industry were engaging in deceptive consumer practices with bulk SMS and SMS from PCs that included distracting visuals, hard-to-read fine print, and even misleading contracts. The protection groups are now asking that subscription services include a double opt-in procedure to ensure that consumers are presented with the terms and conditions of a service prior to being signed up.

In the past, grossly invasive marketing techniques involving Internet text were reined under control, and Choice is asking that a similar method be implemented with a confirmation SMS message clearly spelling out the services offering along with the consumers rights. Consumers would then have to respond with a code to formally agree to joining the service.
An abysmal lack of customer service continues to haunt the PC SMS-based services In a recent survey, Choice found that among those who knowingly subscribe to SMS computer service, nearly two thirds had difficulty canceling it when they found the would be charged for the service. In addition, nearly 50 percent of those had no idea how to cancel the service. Rogue industry tactics always work for a little time until proper enforcement kicks in and change the industry.

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Credit scores are upon us. Through the efforts of the Credit Information Corporation, we’ll soon see an exhaustive list of our credit and financial activities. But what brought about this need and why was the CIC established?
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The Uberization of Consumer Credit

The Uberization of Consumer Credit
Money, keyboard and hand on computer mouse Thought leaders say the Uberization of Everything will include money and credit, transforming buying and selling, financing and payments. Uberization cuts out gatekeepers and middlemen, allowing direct …
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US Consumer Credit Rises Billion in October
U.S. consumers borrowed more heavily for auto and student loans in October, taking out debt that helps them find jobs and commute to work. The Federal Reserve said Monday that consumer borrowing rose $ 16 billion in October to $ 3.5 trillion. But the …
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Local and federal officials investigating armed robbery at Consumer Credit
MOSHEIM, TN (WJHL) – Greene County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to an armed robbery at a credit union on West Andrew Johnson Highway in Mosheim at around 9:40 a.m. on Thursday. Greene County Sheriff Pat Hankins said deputies are currently …
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Student and auto loans fuel October increase in consumer borrowing

Student and auto loans fuel October increase in consumer borrowing
Nearly all of the October gain came from the category that covers auto and student loans, while credit card borrowing edged up a mere $ 200 million. The increase suggests that more Americans are relying on debt to improve their educational skills and …
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Why sub-0-a-month auto loans are a bad habit
Auto loans stretching six or seven years are often criticized as a poor choice because they leave borrowers underwater for years before they finally get to a point where the vehicle is no longer in negative equity. Still, the latest snapshot of America …
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Consumer or Green Citizen?

Robert Reich’s ‘Divided Mind’

Robert Reich was the guest on NPR’s All Things Considered a few days ago. The occasion was the release of his new book, ‘Supercapitalism’. His point, about the divided mind of the consumer and citizen really caught my attention. We are all two people, according to him. A consumer at the mercy of capitalism, and a citizen at the service of democracy. The consumer has taken over, and the citizen is no longer doing its job. We need to reevaluate our priorities and work on strengthening our democracy.

The challenges of being a good green citizen

This whole business of consumer versus citizen takes a special significance in the current environmental battle. Robert Reich made the following argument, which I had also made earlier in my blog. You may be willing to take all the steps to become a good green citizen, but how do you know that you are not going to be just one amongst a small minority? In which case, you run the risk of making all these sacrifices for nothing. In the absence of a federated effort amongst citizens, that lets you know that we are all in it together, nothing is going to change, you have very little incentive to take action.

The power of green networks

Not too long ago, I wrote a post about the power of small acts and individual action. I even called Rosa Parks to the rescue. I was trying to convince myself that whatever I do, no matter how small, does matter. Robert Reich called my bluff. The real truth is, I am a consumer first, and something is going to have to happen at the collective level, in order for the green citizen in me to spring into real action. Maybe all the green social networks are on to something, after all?

Marguerite Manteau-Rao is a blogger, ecopsychologist, and green girl wannabe. Since April 2007, she has chronicled her hours as a green girl wannabe in La Marguerite, her blog at:

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