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Golden Financial Services was just featured on 10 News, on April 15th, 2014. This video was also released with the featured listing. Need Debt Relief? Here are a few debt relief tips for you to think about. First look for inaccurate information tied to your credit accounts. Look for errors or mistakes on your credit report. This information can be disputed and then removed, helping you to avoid having to pay anything towards certain aged debts. Also check to see if your debt collectors have violated any of the federal laws...read more
Written by: Nikitas Tsoukalis, Key Credit Repair Being a celebrity isn’t for everyone. Yes, with it comes fame and fortune, but also attention and temptation. And sometimes this temptation can get the best of a person, taking him or her from hero to zero just as fast as they rose to the top. From blown fortunes to horrible financial advice to terrible money mismanagement, here’s a look at the top five celebrities who have gone through bankruptcy: MC Hammer Stop. It’s (not) hammer time! At the peak of his fame in the late 1980s and...read more
If you’re currently enrolled on our debt relief program then follow these tips after you graduate. First you must eliminate your debt and high balances in order to build good credit. Once that has been accomplished then it’s time to build a high credit score. Most people don’t realize that it hurts and lowers their credit score when their balance on a credit card is above 30% of what the credit limit is. So if you have a $3,000 balance on a credit card with an $8,000 limit then this high balance is negatively effecting...read more
Get a summary of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act which protects consumers from unfair debt collection. Understand your rights!! At the bottom of this post you will see the summary that you can download for free. The following information provides consumers with a summary of the most common laws that debt collection companies must abide by. If you answer “YES” to any of the following questions below, then you could potentially take action against the debt collector that violated your rights. Simply call Golden Financial...read more
Golden Financial Services (GFS) – Featured Company on Boston.com – In the article Golden Financial Services discusses the debt relief recipe for consumers that have a hardship. Unfortunately there is no magic involved, but rather legitimate debt relief options available. Golden Financial Services has successfully helped millions of consumers with escaping their debt problems and improving their overall financial health since 2004. Credit card debt and hardship programs can be a frightening and lame subject that people...read more
It could probably be shown by facts and figures that there is no distinctly native criminal class except Congress. –Mark Twain Back in 2011, a strange thing occurred. A 59 year-old convenience store clerk by the name of James Richard Verone robbed an RBC Bank in North Carolina. The catch however was that he only robbed it for $1. His reasoning was that he simply wanted to be arrested and charged with a crime severe enough to land him in jail for a few years in order to receive proper medical attention. If this seems strange, it shouldn’t....read more
Many people are driven through their teenage years by what they hope will come at the end of the years of hard slog that calls itself an education. This is particularly true of individuals who are planning to enter a demanding industry, such as financial products and services. People who have ambitions to do these jobs, as well as other such as those in the legal industry, also have to reconcile themselves with the years of training that typically follow finishing college or university. At the same time, the rewards at the end can be highly...read more
If you received a Debt Settlement Notice then today we will enlighten you on what that paperwork really means. How do these mailing and debt relief companies get my information to begin with? Credit reporting data can be purchased. Debt settlement, validation and consolidation companies purchase credit reporting data. They pay for names, phone numbers and mailing addresses. Sometimes they can even pay extra to order targeted data that shows your credit score, debt level and much more. The company’s behind marketing with these...read more
If you’ve ever felt overwhelmed at the amount of money that you owe on your credit cards, it may be time to start reducing your credit card debt. Many individuals feel overwhelmed when their credit card bills arrive each month, yet they aren’t entirely sure how to reduce their debt. If you’re ready to take control of your financial future and you’re willing to take the steps that you need to in order to become debt-free, there are a few ways that you can get started. First off, be realistic. Credit card debt is...read more
Have you been ripped off or scammed by a debt relief company? Relief is available and it’s not too late! If you’re searching for debt relief then it’s important to understand what’s real and what’s a scam. Avoid getting ripped off by getting educated. Credit card relief programs include debt settlement, consumer credit counseling and debt validation services. It is also important to always check out whatever company you are speaking to with the Better Business Bureau and make sure that they are highly rated...read more