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We are now slightly more than a month in to the Trump presidency, and Democrats are already gearing up for the next election, setting their sights on the next mid-term. However, if they want to prevail, they are first going to have to acknowledge and accept that the Obama administration did not oversee a golden era of financial and economic policies – no matter what kind of challenges he inherited.miami

The reality is Obama had many opportunities to help those in the working class, and he repeatedly declined to seize them.

The two main areas to which we refer:

  • Obama’s handling of the foreclosure crisis/ subsequent bank bailouts. The end result of the policies adhered to on these fronts resulted in concentrated financial power, rather than support of the American middle class.
  • Enactment of pro-monopoly policies. This approach crushed rural area economies, so it was unsurprising many of those voters – even those who had previously voted for Obama – swung to the side of Donald Trump.

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Florida residents are protected from dubious debt collection practices by two laws: The federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and F.S. 559.72. cash

The laws prohibit things like:

  • Using or threatening to use violence;
  • Communicating or threatening to communicate with a debtor’s employer before obtaining a final judgment against debtor;
  • Disclosing information to anyone other than debtor or family information that may affect debtor’s reputation;
  • Using abuse, vulgar or obscene language;
  • Claiming or enforcing a debt when it is known the debt isn’t legitimate.

The problem, as highlighted recently by The New York Times, is that most state laws were written many years ago, long before the digital age. At the core, these statutes were written to protect people from becoming completely destitute. But debt collectors are now finding new ways to secure court judgments that allow them to garnish paychecks or seize bank accounts belonging to debtors. Continue reading