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On Super Bowl Sunday, Experian will afflict you with more commercials for its “dark web” scan. I have received a number of emails from clients and colleagues asking whether it’s worth it. My answer is: probably not. Reason: if Experian … Continue reading
EXPERIAN WANTS TO HELP YOU RAISE YOUR CREDIT SCORE…but there’s a catch: you have to permit Experian to view and monitor your personal bank accounts. Experian’s new product, Experian Boost, says it can raise credit scores for subprime consumers by … Continue reading
Robert F. Brennan Discusses His Relationship With His Uncle, US Supreme Court Justice William J. Brennan, Jr.
Originally Published By Super Lawyers (Read Full Article Here) U.S. Supreme Court Justice William J. Brennan Jr. was dubbed “probably the most influential” justice of the last century by no less an authority than fellow justice, and political foe, … Continue reading
Carfax has been around for several years now, and, given the advertising, many consumers think that it presents an accurate vehicle history when buying a used car. Well, sometimes. Carfax will gather information from participating states’ Department of Motor Vehicles … Continue reading
Seungtae Kim v. BMW Financial is a case which was tried in federal court in Los Angeles, in which the jury rendered a verdict in plaintiff’s favor. Plaintiff Seungtae Kim, a Korean doctor of Eastern medicine, had his identity stolen … Continue reading
If you find yourself a victim of identity theft, there are three essential actions you need to take immediately: Notify your bank(s) and credit card companies of the identity theft. If you have already identified some fraudulent charges, report them … Continue reading