Have you been fired? Learn about your Rights After a Job Termination: Did you know that an employer
does not have to give you the reason for firing you? Search for "Service Letter Law" in your state.
Go to YouTube and search for 10 Sins of Employment Termination and Top 10
Mistakes in Wrongful-Termination-EEOC cases
Have you ever wondered what an employer is saying about you when they are contacted for a job
reference? Search for "job reference checking service." Visit www.allisontaylor.com
Search for Meal and Rest Breaks in your State
Tips, Tip Pooling, and Tip Credits: What Service Employees Need to Know
Attention Servers: Info about Side Work and Tips
Go to YouTube and search for the following:
Why You Need a Home Based Business and How to Start! with Dr. Lynn Richardson
Visit www.educationalgamestore.com and get The Entrepreneur Game
CREDITORS, DEBTS and COLLECTIONS
Visit www.topclassactions.com and see open, pending, and closed class action lawsuits.
have lost money, assets, cash, property, etc....
What Lies In Your Debt Visit www.blogtalkradio.com/wliyd they have Live Episodes, with
Open Discussions and Q&A and archives regarding credit reports, debt collectors, unwanted
calls, credit card debt, and how to stop foreclosures.
Search for the following:
FDCPA-Fair Collections Practices Act-Deals with bill collectors
FCRA-Fair Credit Reporting Act-Deals with Your Credit Bureau report
TCPA-Telephone Collections Practices Act-Deals with Collectors calling your cell phone
Do you have bill collectors contacting you? There are actually 4 and not 3-credit reports to look
for consumer violations: Innovis, Equifax, Experian and Trans-Union.
Visit www.annualcreditreport.com Notice: It will ask, if you want all 3. If you say yes, then it will merge
them all together as 1. Say no, and you will receive the 3-reports separately, and then you can then tell
which reporting agency received what. After printing the 1 report, it will ask if you want to go back, as this
will allow you to bring up the other reports to view.
What should you do when a debt collector contacts you? Visit www.consumerfinance.gov and click on
Consumer Education. Here they have lots of information and click on Debt Collections, then "You do not
owe the debt or want proof of the debt" and to find 5-Sample Letters to write.