Browse by Topic

FTC puts the brakes on national subprime auto lender

Talk about a bumpy ride for consumers!

When you get vehicle financing through a dealership, you and the dealer enter into a contract: you buy a vehicle and agree to pay, over a period of time, the amount financed plus a finance charge. The dealer may hold onto the contract, but typically, it's sold to a bank, finance company or credit union. This “assignee” is responsible for the day-to-day management of your account, including collecting and crediting your monthly payments. But sometimes, things don't go exactly as they should.

Blog Topics: 
Money & Credit

FTC puts the brakes on national subprime auto lender

Talk about a bumpy ride for consumers!

When you get vehicle financing through a dealership, you and the dealer enter into a contract: you buy a vehicle and agree to pay, over a period of time, the amount financed plus a finance charge. The dealer may hold onto the contract, but typically, it's sold to a bank, finance company or credit union. This “assignee” is responsible for the day-to-day management of your account, including collecting and crediting your monthly payments. But sometimes, things don't go exactly as they should.

Blog Topics: 
Money & Credit

FTC puts the brakes on national subprime auto lender

Talk about a bumpy ride for consumers!

When you get vehicle financing through a dealership, you and the dealer enter into a contract: you buy a vehicle and agree to pay, over a period of time, the amount financed plus a finance charge. The dealer may hold onto the contract, but typically, it's sold to a bank, finance company or credit union. This “assignee” is responsible for the day-to-day management of your account, including collecting and crediting your monthly payments. But sometimes, things don't go exactly as they should.

Blog Topics: 
Money & Credit

FTC puts the brakes on national subprime auto lender

Talk about a bumpy ride for consumers!

When you get vehicle financing through a dealership, you and the dealer enter into a contract: you buy a vehicle and agree to pay, over a period of time, the amount financed plus a finance charge. The dealer may hold onto the contract, but typically, it's sold to a bank, finance company or credit union. This “assignee” is responsible for the day-to-day management of your account, including collecting and crediting your monthly payments. But sometimes, things don't go exactly as they should.

Blog Topics: 
Money & Credit

Another louse-y product not living up to its claim

It’s not often I get to write a blog post that causes phantom head scratching. Before I tell you why, fair warning: If you have kids, or simply like to huddle with friends for the latest and greatest selfie, consider this a cootie alert for: deceptive head lice repellent!

Another louse-y product not living up to its claim

It’s not often I get to write a blog post that causes phantom head scratching. Before I tell you why, fair warning: If you have kids, or simply like to huddle with friends for the latest and greatest selfie, consider this a cootie alert for: deceptive head lice repellent!

Another louse-y product not living up to its claim

It’s not often I get to write a blog post that causes phantom head scratching. Before I tell you why, fair warning: If you have kids, or simply like to huddle with friends for the latest and greatest selfie, consider this a cootie alert for: deceptive head lice repellent!

Another louse-y product not living up to its claim

It’s not often I get to write a blog post that causes phantom head scratching. Before I tell you why, fair warning: If you have kids, or simply like to huddle with friends for the latest and greatest selfie, consider this a cootie alert for: deceptive head lice repellent!

Another louse-y product not living up to its claim

It’s not often I get to write a blog post that causes phantom head scratching. Before I tell you why, fair warning: If you have kids, or simply like to huddle with friends for the latest and greatest selfie, consider this a cootie alert for: deceptive head lice repellent!

Another louse-y product not living up to its claim

It’s not often I get to write a blog post that causes phantom head scratching. Before I tell you why, fair warning: If you have kids, or simply like to huddle with friends for the latest and greatest selfie, consider this a cootie alert for: deceptive head lice repellent!

Pages