Learn how to make your incarcerated loved one's bill collectors stop calling you.
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Make Your Locked Up Loved One’s Bill Collectors Stop Calling You

Sometimes if feels like debt collectors will go to the ends of the earth to collect debts. Once someone is incarcerated, the debt collectors will call everyone the incarcerated person ever talked to. If you are a prison father, mother, child or wife– you could be the next person the debt collector harasses. Bill collectors Read More…

Prison loved ones need to beware of fake bill collectors calling about their incarcerated loved ones' payday loans.
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Are You or Your Imprisoned Loved Ones Targets of Fake Bill Collectors?

Fraudsters are always looking for porous grounds to exploit and incarcerated people’s finances are a cool spot for them. It’s almost common for prison loved ones to receive calls from their acclaimed debtors. One of the most common strategies used by these fraudsters is referring to delinquent payday loans. Knowing the exact way to verify Read More…

With clean credit, your loved one can buy a home within two years of being released from prison.
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Paying Off Credit Debt: The Cons Creditors Don’t Tell You About

Monitoring the finances an incarcerated loved is one of the very important oversights. From payday lenders to scammers and even debtors, there is an over whelming lot to be concerned about when it comes to inmate finances. Helping incarcerated loved ones maintain a healthy credit score will go a long way in ensuring a stable Read More…

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People in Prisons Can Actually Work on Their Credit Now… While Still Inside

A good number of prisoners leave prison broke, which leads to recidivism or depression in some cases. Prisoners sometimes inherit debts fraudulently incurred on their credit card details while they were locked up. Legal fees spent in their defense also eats deep into the purse of prisoners and their family in some cases. Watching the Read More…