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Category Archives: Consumer Fraud

Target Hacking Scandal Worse Than You Think

By Freidin Brown, P.A. |

Target revealed Friday that 70 million customers had their personal information hacked, proving that the data breach was significantly broader than the 40 million originally reported. Target said personal data stolen, including names, phone numbers and email addresses, could affect its past shoppers, not just those that visited the store recently. Customers who shopped… Read More »

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Bill Could Make it Harder for Those Injured By Asbestos

By Freidin Brown, P.A. |

A bill made it through the House of the Judiciary Committee last month that would make it harder for plaintiffs injured by asbestos to get fair compensation. The bill was designed to eliminate fraud and abuse, but no evidence that shows any significant fraud or abuse. According to the New York Times Editorial Board,… Read More »

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FTC Reports Errors Found In Millions Of Credit Reports

By Freidin Brown, P.A. |

The Federal Trade Commission just released a report that found 25 percent of people had at least one error that could negatively impact their credit score. This report was a decade-long study of the credit reporting industry, and found that once errors were disputed one in ten consumers saw their FICO scores increase. The… Read More »

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JPMorgan Chase Overcharged Servicemembers’ Mortgages

By Freidin Brown, P.A. |

Banking giant JPMorgan Chase has been overcharging thousands of American military servicepeople on their mortgages. The mortgage lender has admitted that it overcharged more than four thousand military families and unjustly foreclosed on fourteen of them. Overcharging military families is a violation of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, which is supposed to protect military… Read More »

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