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Consumer Rights that everyone should know.

Retailer refunds

The law states that any goods you buy from a UK retailer should be of satisfactory quality, as described, fit for purpose and last a reasonable amount of time. 782 more words


Trials, Tribulations, and Triumphs

It’s been a while since I’ve written here. I apologize for the gaps in my posts. Writing all day at work doesn’t make it easy to come home and write anything…at all. 1,262 more words

Ramblings & Reverie

How Do Debt Collectors Work?

United Receivables Group is a third-party debt collection agency founded in 2013, operated by management with over 20 years of experience in their field. When an individual is unable or unwilling to repay a private debt, including credit card loans, payday loans, or installment loans, creditors turn to collection agencies such as… 265 more words

United Receivables Group

Being of Service? Showing People How to Fight Back! (Feature Friday!)

Being of Service? Showing People How to Fight Back! (Feature Friday!)#BestOf

Posted on August 30, 2014 by chaplaineliza

A Year of Being Kind blog – Friday, August 26, 2016… 815 more words

URGENT Open Letter to Warwick District Council from Tiffany Belle Harper

Having worked for many years as a Landscape Gardener – of March 2015 my son’s dream came true when he found his ideal home. A small pub in a residential part of Leamington Spa. 1,061 more words


Debt Collector Gets Out Of Lawsuit... By Buying The Lawsuit Out From Under The Plaintiff

When you sue a debt collector for allegedly violating federal law, that collector can’t just go behind your back, buy the debt on the cheap at auction and get the whole case dismissed, can it? 864 more words

What You Need To Know About New Rules Allowing Debt Collection Robocalls From Feds

If you ask any American to name the things they love the most, they are sure to reply, “debt collectors, intrusive pre-recorded phone calls, and the federal government!” So today — under orders to do so from a piece of rushed, tacked-on legislation — the Federal Communications Commission released its final rules allowing the federal government and some of its contractors to make debt-collection robocalls to wireless lines. 1,368 more words