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NEED MORE INFORMATION ABOUT BANKRUPTCY, PROPOSED LAW CHANGES, AND CREDITOR ABUSES?
The Official United States Government Bankruptcy Court website: Go to www.uscourts.gov/bankruptcycourts.html (Click on "Bankruptcy Basics")
American Bankruptcy Institute website: Go to www.abiworld.org (Click on "Consumer Education Center")
National Association Of Consumer Debtor Bankruptcy Attorneys: Go to www.nacba.org (Click on "News and Events")
Consumer Federation Of America website: (Probably the best source for information you need to protect your family.) Go to: www.consumerfed.org/ (Tons of information on bankruptcy, credit cards, credit counseling, credit reporting, payday loans, predatory lending, etc.)
Federal Trade Commission website: Go to www.ftc.gov (Tons of information on lots of consumer protection topics)
The 3 major credit reporting agencies: Go to Equifax (www.equifax.com) , Experian (www.experian.com) or TransUnion (www.transunion.com). (Here, you can get a copy of your credit report and information about your credit score. Each of these agencies offers what is called a "3-in-1" credit report, which contains information from all 3 of these agencies. The cost is $29.95 (As of 12/19/04). There is also other valuable information on these websites, including: (1) information to help you understand your credit score, (2) information on how to rebuild your credit, and (3) information on how to fix any errors that may appear on your credit report.)
Cornell Law School: Go to: www.law.cornell.edu/topics/bankruptcy.html (Information on Federal and state bankruptcy codes)
National Automobile Dealers Association Go to: www.nadaguides.com (For values on car, trucks and other vehicles).
Need a mortgage calculator? Go to: www.mortgage-net.com/calculators
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