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Do Not Pay to Get PPI Claims

September 25, 2012 by Shawn · Leave a Comment 

The bottom line? You don’t need to hire anyone to reclaim the funds you may have put into PPI (Payment Protection Insurance). While there are certainly reputable ppi claims firms, it’s an interesting twist that some companies are trying to mislead the same people that were mislead by unethical lenders already. Keep reading »

What is Payment Protection Insurance?

September 16, 2012 by Shawn · Leave a Comment 

Payment Protection insurance, or ‘PPI‘, is a type of insurance that ’s typically sold as a rider on a loan, credit card agreement, mortgage, etc. The purpose of PPI is cover the monthly payments of the loan should unforeseen circumstances arise that make it impossible for you to pay them on time. Keep reading »

Q&A: Tenant Screening

September 14, 2012 by Shawn · Leave a Comment 

If you happen to own rental property, this Q&A helps show the value of doing a tenant check before renting out your unit…

Q: I own a rental unit and here’s my question: If I have a questionable tenant…the type who’s always late with the rent, is there some way that I can get this noted on his credit report?  I would love to notify the credit reporting agencies about this, but it seems like that’s only an opportunity for larger lenders and companies.  Short of that, is there some other way I can ensure that his future landlords can be aware of his history? Keep reading »

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