A few questions regarding the laws on selling a car, fraud and such!?

My husband was recently TDY and during that time we were selling our Jeep to my brother-in-law. My BIL agreed to pay ,000 for the Jeep which was an agreement he and my husband came to before the TDY. He agreed to make payments to us and he paid my husband 0… While my husband […]

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Question for a lawyer…?

I recently went into contract to purchase a bank owned home. This week my real estate agent told me the closing attorney found that the bank had foreclosed on a dead woman which is not the proper way to foreclose if the owner has died. Now the home has to go through foreclosure again, and […]

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If you have no credit can you still be a victim of identity theft?

Or are the odds just less in such case? Because Ive noticed things like being "pre-approved" for a credit card, and out of spite Ive filled a couple apps out in the past and got denied (typical). So im wondering if having "NO credit" is a good thing these days.

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Carbon Credits = FRAUD…really…who would have predicted this…I'm shocked…aren't you?

Say it isn’t so Al…say it isn’t so! http://www.ft.com/cms/s/48e334ce-f355-11db-9845-000b5df10621.html Companies and individuals rushing to go green have been spending millions on “carbon credit” projects that yield few if any environmental benefits. The FT investigation found: ■ Widespread instances of people and organisations buying worthless credits that do not yield any reductions in carbon emissions. ■ […]

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