The New York City Public Advocate author of The Consumer Bible draws on true examples to counsel readers on how to address inappropriate policies and practices that compromise one's rights, in a resource that covers such topics as denied insurance claims, employee discrimination, tax audits, and identity theft. Original.Not only do most credit counselors now charge fees, many get paybacks from credit card companies to push consumers into certain debt management programs, ... For people drowning in credit debt, a consolidation plan can be a lifesaver.
|Author||:||Mark J. Green, Kevin McCarthy, Lauren Strayer|
|Publisher||:||Newmarket Press - 2006-03-06|