The Following Articles Relate To Consumer Protection
Housing Finance Reform: Government Reinventing the Wheel Rather Than Sticking With What Worked
Step out of financial mess by taking effective steps
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s New Rules Offer No Help To Homeowners
Non profit debt consolidation: Can it help to lower your monthly payment?
Tips On How To Choose The Right Lawyer
What Happens to Your Tweets When You Die?
Disputing Unfair Landlord Charges
5 Important Tips for Protecting Your Identity
How To Lower Your Interest Rate Under HARP
U.S. District Court for Maryland Allows Fair Debt Collection Act Claim to Proceed
Former US Treasury Inspector Explains How the $25 Billion Mortgage Settlement is “Games and Fluff”
How To Conduct the Initial Consultation with a Potential Client in a Maryland Consumer Protection Act Case
Bank of America Customers Should Switch Banks
Homeowner Sues Wells Fargo for $4 Million
Arbitration and How It Hurts Consumers
Understanding the Volcker Rule and How It Relates To Wall Street Banks’ Role in the 2007 U.S. Economic Crisis
Does Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Have Teeth?
Maryland Signs On To Robo-Signing Foreclosure Settlement
States’ Multi-Billion Dollar Foreclosure Settlement With Big Banks Will Not Prevent Individual Claims
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit Decides In Favor Of Consumers Under Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
Married Couple Files $4,000,000 Lawsuit Against Wells Fargo For Mortgage Fraud
Banks Have A Financial Motive To Illegally Deny Loan Modifications: Banks Profit From Foreclosure