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Consumer Protection Laws Exist for Your Benefit!

Most people don't know how powerful State and Federal Consumer Protection Laws are and why. These laws were designed to prevent corporations from trampling on private citizens by allowing you - the consumer - to sue and collect for the things they do wrong, even if you think you owe them money! 

Consumer Class ActionsConsumer Class Actions

Have you been cheated or ripped off by a company and suspect that you're not alone?

Maybe the amount was large enough to make you angry but so small that it didn't make sense to hire an attorney - until now. Find out how you may be entitled to compensation and free representation in a consumer class action lawsuit!

Debt Collection HarassmentDebt Collection Harassment

Are you really “at the mercy” of your debt collectors and lenders? You're not—although they would like you to think so! 

Attorney Mike Cardoza explains the basics of consumer financial protection laws and how they can be used to turn the tables on California creditors, debt buyers, debt collection agencies and others.

Credit Reporting DisputesCredit Reporting Disputes

A credit rating lower than it should be may be costing you thousands of dollars every year - and you might not even know it!

Government studies estimate that AT LEAST 20% of the consumer population has at least one error on their credit report that is costing them money in the form of higher interest rates.

Are you struggling with Experian, Equifax, or Transunion because they won't fix your credit report? Has your credit repair agency (if you hired one) told you that there's nothing else they can do for you now that your disputes have been ignored? Many consumers have simply given up on trying to correct an unfair credit score, costing them thousands of dollars in missed opportunities. Attorney Mike Cardoza explains the duties and responsibilities of credit reporting agencies and what consumers can do if the agency refuses to change an unfair report.