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MMI’s National Housing Survey reveals concerns with current mortgage-relief "programs". Due to the increased prevelance of foreclosure prevention scams and fraudulent services offered online, it can be difficult to know which company to trust.
Everyone loves to be a winner. Many people enter sweepstakes, contests, and lotteries hoping to win an extravagant prize – from luxury vehicles to exotic vacations. The problem with some of these seemingly good opportunities is that not all that glitters is gold.
Take the safe shopping quiz to see if your online habits are helping to keep your personal and financial information safe.
I had the opportunity to talk with identity theft victim Terry Spencer. Unfortunately, Terry knows first-hand how difficult and time consuming recovering from identity theft can be.
ID thieves are going to great lengths to obtain your identity. Each year approximately 10 million United States citizens are victims of ID theft.
The National Foundation for Credit Counseling’s (NFCC) September web poll testing people’s attitudes toward identity theft revealed that 66 percent of more than 1,300 respondents feel at risk for identity theft.
Even when consumers are under considerable financial stress, such as facing foreclosure or overwhelming debt, they should be knowledgeable of their options and wise to avoid offers that sound too good to be true.
According to the FTC, telemarketing fraud against senior citizens is substantial. Senior citizens are an easy target for some unscrupulous marketers because they are often home and have access to a lifetime of savings. In addition, individuals who grew up in the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s were generally raised to be polite; normally desirable, but scammers may abuse this trait and take advantage of their trusting nature.
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