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Are you a low-income individual or family with an annual income at or less than 200% of the federal poverty guidelines? If a hospital sent your medical bills to collections before screening you for your eligibility, you might have a class action on your hands.
Sometimes entities access a consumer's credit report without their consent. Impermissible inquiries are illegal, and the Fair Credit Reporting Act entitles consumers to remedies.
An unreliable new vehicle is not just a hassle, it can cost you thousands of dollars in interest on your financing for a very expensive purchase you can't even use anymore. In this post, we give you a bird's eye view of the Lemon Law elements.
Americans love their cars. The feeling is apparently not mutual.
Washington Law imposes strict requirements on creditors seeking to repossess your vehicle. Learn about your rights and remedies here.
Blue Utopia, a non-profit fundraiser, allegedly used its platform to raise donations that it used to pay off old debts in violation of the Washington Consumer Protection Act.
U.S. Transportation Department imposes hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines on Frontier Airlines, American Airlines, and Delta Airlines for violating various consumer protections.
Big business keeps telling the public that class actions harm consumers. Perhaps it's time we listen to the real reason the financial industry remains steadfast in its opposition to class actions: because they work.