Some people complain about products just so they can get them for free. Know anyone like that?
They're everywhere and they're a problem that won't go away -- unless you fire them, which is another problem.
Airline finally notices it has a problem relating to its customers.
When his mortgage lender didn't respond to his letters, a homeowner got a judgment against it in court. A sheriff's sale has been scheduled for contents of the loan office.
Lawsuit follows 'no credible scientific evidence' admission by the manufacturer.
A new report finds that many for-profits make unaffordable loans to students to order to keep federal money flowing to the schools.
Disgruntled members claim they did not benefit from manufacturer discounts passed on to the buying club.
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Occupy Wall Street bought and forgave the student loan debt of more than 2,700 Everest College students.
Six weeks later, most Americans have forgotten about the 2014 tax season -- except those who didn't file by the April 15 deadline.
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