Articles tagged with: debt management
It seems that the reception the nation has been slogging through for the past few years has brought along with it more than a few scammers out to capitalize on the financial woes of others.
Debt relief ads are prominent on television, the radio, email and the Internet. The Arkansas Attorney General’s office has even warned of “robocallers” promising miraculous debt cures but offering considerably less.
Mark Foster, director of education for Credit Counseling of Arkansas (CCOA), said he has become increasingly concerned about offers that claim to be tied in some …
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For some people, those two words represent opportunity. For others – dread.
The National Retail Federation estimates that 138 million Americans will use the three-day weekend that starts the day after Thanksgiving to launch their holiday shopping. That represents billions of dollars of potential sales, so retailers plan for Black Friday for months and open at extra-early hours to take advantage. Most offer “door-buster” sales designed to play to the rush.
Whether shoppers dive in on Nov. 26 or take on holiday shopping later, the season of giving can give consumers …
Mike Robards, executive director of CCOA, has been named to the first Board of Trustees of the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC).
CCOA (Credit Counseling of Arkansas) is based in Fayetteville but has offices throughout the state.
“The NFCC’s new Board combines the credit counseling experience of seasoned NFCC Agency CEOs with the outside perspective of incredibly talented executives from a wide variety of disciplines, providing us with a powerful team that few organizations can match,” said Susan C. Keating, NFCC president and CEO. “I look to this Board to bring …