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Springboard Non-Profit Consumer Credit Management warns consumers about credit bureau’s marketing techniques. One of the top three is awarding consumers with a perfect 850 credit score with $1,000 and free “Credit Alerts”. Although this sounds like a perfect deal, how likely is it to find a perfect consumer with a perfect score? These perfect people…

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Since President Bush signed into law the American Jobs Creation Act of 2004, many have criticized the potentially dangerous contract between the IRS and private collection agencies. Under this new law, the IRS is now able to outsource to private collectors and enable them to collect consumer’s tax debt. Springboard Non-Profit Consumer Credit Management encourages…

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Springboard is proud to announce that Repair Your Credit And Knock Out Your Debt has been published by McGraw-Hill Books. The book, co-written by Jeff Michael, Springboard’s Director of Education, and novelist and playwright Thom Fox, is intended as a motivational self-help guide that will give consumers a better understanding of their situation and help…

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Springboard Non-Profit Consumer Credit Management joins federal, state and local agencies and national advocacy organizations to launch the sixth annual National Consumer Protection Week (NCPW), Feb. 1-7, 2004, highlighting consumer protection and education efforts around the country. This year’s theme, “Financial Literacy: Earning a Lifetime of Dividends,” focuses on the skills consumers need to make…

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As many families and individuals prepare for the Thanksgiving holiday, others will be waiting anxiously for the day after – Black Friday, which launches the official holiday shopping season. Springboard Non-Profit Consumer Credit Management offers consumers money management advice to keep the holiday shopping season jolly and free of debt stress. “Holiday gift-giving can be…

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Almost three out of every four taxpayers will receive a tax refund this year, averaging more than $2,050, according to the Internal Revenue Service. But history indicates that the majority of consumers will spend their reclaimed money less than a month after receiving it. Springboard Non-Profit Consumer Credit Management cautions consumers to avoid excessive spending,…

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In the spirit of the season, credit card companies are cutting interest rates just in time for Holiday spending. According to the National Retail Federation (NRF) 27% of holiday shoppers will use credit cards to pay for purchases. But with personal bankruptcy’s hitting an all time high, what the credit card companies are really offering…

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