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How to Avoid Identity Theft

12. May 2010

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Peter Mullison is a bankruptcy attorney at Colorado Bankruptcy Law Group, LLC.  If you are considering Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 personal bankruptcy, schedule your free, confidential bankruptcy consultation with a Colorado bankruptcy attorney today. Our online scheduling system allows you to schedule bankruptcy consultation at a time that is convenient for you. Colorado Bankruptcy [...]

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Door to Door Magazine Sales Scam on the Rise

23. April 2010

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I live in a neighborhood with lots of kids.  When one of them has a fundraiser, they know I’m an easy mark.  Every February I dread the onlsaught of Girl Scouts, well not so much the Girl Scouts, but the cookies they bear. But when it comes to strangers soliciting me, I have a simple [...]

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Three Lawyers Banned from Collecting Debts in Colorado

11. March 2010

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Colorado Attorney General John Suthers announced March 9th that attorneys from the Consumer Protection Section have reached a settlement with attorneys Jack H. Boyajian, Marvin Brandon and Karen Nations, their four law firms and one associated business barring them from violating Colorado’s debt-collection and consumer-protection laws. The consent decree, approved Monday, March 8, by a [...]

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Top Consumer Complaints of 2009

9. March 2010

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In recognition of National Consumer Protection Week, the Colorado Attorney General released a list of the top consumer complaints of 2009, published here for your information: Type of business/Number of Complaints Rebate offers 631 Utility complaints (cable and satellite television) 254 Roofing and gutter contractors 193 Health food and nutritional supplements 145 Timeshare resales and [...]

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Better Business Bureau Warns Against Meat Dealers

3. March 2010

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Come on, people.  I really need to post this?  Maybe I need to create a new category: Things That Make You Go Duh. The Better Business Bureau has received a pattern of complaints against a company called Skyline Steak and Seafood and are warning consumers to do their homework whenever someone knocks on their door [...]

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