From:                              The Northwest Consumer Law Center <sheila@nwclc.org>

Sent:                               Thursday, April 30, 2015 11:34 AM

To:                                   Noah Samuels-NWCLC

Subject:                          Green Tree Pays Up. Jesse Jones Returns.

 

We thought you might like to know about some things happening in the consumer world. Click on the bold, blue text to read more on each topic. Warren

 

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We thought you might like to know about some things happening in the consumer world. Click on the bold, blue text to read more on each topic.

 

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Warren Buffet's Mobile Home Trap

Billionaire investor Warren Buffet is well-known for philanthropic giving...but mobile-home owners around the nation aren't exactly basking in his generosity, according to an in-depth Seattle Times investigation. When it comes to buying a mobile home, as with all big financial decisions, educating yourself ahead of time is key.

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Get Ready to Give BIG!

Legal representation is a right all American consumers have, but only a small percentage can afford. Next Tuesday, May 5th, be a Champion for Consumers by supporting NWCLC. The Seattle Foundation will match a portion of the proceeds received that day - making your dollar go even further.

 

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The Watchdog is Back

Television personality and consumer superhero Jesse Jones was a staple on KING 5 from 2005 until last fall. Now he's got a new red jacket and a new deal with KIRO 7 News. Scammers, watch out!

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Green Tree Gets Chopped

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Federal Trade Commission filed a lawsuit against Green Tree Servicing LLC for improper loan servicing, debt collection, and credit reporting practices. Last week the mortgage servicer agreed to settle for $63 million. Your servicer might not always play by the rules - so know your rights.

 

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