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A ONE HUNDRED MILLION DOLLAR CHASE CREDIT CARD SETTLEMENT VS. Celebrity Infidelity (Handbags…Whatever)

Several months ago, while I was actively looking for a new web hosting service, I lost the ChangeInTerms.com site (by only a few days). I had a backup of the site’s database and files, but lacked the skills to restore the site from these files. The problem has been, I am not a programmer. I’ve […]

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The rest of us, along with our children, and grandchildren, will pay, and pay, and pay.

This classified ad in the Smoky Mountain News (September 23-29, 2009, Vol, 11, Issue 17) caught my eye this morning (I have removed the phone number): Let’s see, if a “similar lot” was $70k “not more than 9 months ago,” but now worth $24,900 (assuming enough similarity to be considered a comparable in a real […]

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Dr. Robert Lahm quoted in Wall Street Journal article on small business “credit woes”

The Wall Street Journal’s April 4-5, 2009 “Weekend Edition” included an article by Jane Kim entitled “Credit Woes Hit Home.”  I have had several conversations and sent a number of documents and links during the past few weeks to Jane; indeed, the “Credit Cards and Small Business Usage Report” on this site was based on a few […]

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