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This area of the site contains information on other kinds of loans a consumer might take out, including student loans.

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  • Check Your Credit Report For Free

    If you think you might be a victim of identity theft, you should check your credit report for unauthorized accounts. You can get a free credit report every twelve months from each of the three major credit reporting agencies. Content Detail

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    ftc.gov
  • Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

    The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau was created in response to the economic crisis of 2008. Its primary responsibility is to protect consumers. If you are experiencing a problem with a consumer financial product, such as a credit card, mortgage, student loan, or a bank, the CFPB's website has resources and information to help. You may also lodge a complaint. Content Detail

  • Consumer Information from the FTC

    The FTC has information on many sorts of consumer issues: Money & Credit, Homes & Mortgages, Health & Fitness, Jobs & Making Money, Privacy & Identity, and how to avoid scams Content Detail

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    Federal Trade Commission
  • Dealing With Identity Theft: Self-Help Form Letters

    These online interviews help users to write one or more letters to a creditor, debt collector, or credit bureau to report identity theft. Read More

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    Lawhelp Interactive
  • How Can I Manage My Student Loans?

    Learning to manage your student loans is an important part of your education in preparation for your future. This Frequently Asked Questions and Answers is designed to help understand just what your responsibilities and rights are as well as just what a student loan is and how best to deal with them. Read More

  • Information on Mortgages, Loans, and Credit

    This website contains information on a variety of consumer loans, including mortgages, credit cards, and payday loans. Content Detail

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    State of Alaska
  • Protecting Your Identity

    Tips to prevent identity theft, and warning signs that you might be a victim of identity theft Content Detail

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    ftc.gov
  • Repairing Identity Theft

    Descriptions of the things you should do when you realize you are a victim of identity theft, instructions about how to make an identity theft report, information about specific kinds of identity theft, and other issues you may confront Content Detail

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    ftc.gov
  • Submit a complaint to the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau

    Do you have a complaint about a financial product or consumer issue? You may submit your complaint to the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau (CFPB) about the following consumer issues: Mortgages; Debt collection; Credit reporting; Bank accounts or services; Credit cards; Money transfers; Payday loans; Student loans; Vehicle or other consumer loans. The CFPB accepts complaints online, by phone, mail, or fax. Contact the CFPB at: (855) 411-CFPB (2372), TTY/TDD (855) 729-CFPB (2372); Fax (855) 237-2392. Its mailing address is: Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, P.O. Box 4503, Iowa City, Iowa 52244. Content Detail

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    Consumer Finance Protection Bureau
  • What You Should Know About Your Credit Report

    If you have ever applied for a credit card, a personal loan, insurance, or a job, there is probably a company keeping a credit file or credit report about you. This file contains information about where you live and work, how you pay your bills, or whether you have been sued, arrested, or have filed for bankruptcy. Read More