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Monday, November 30, 2009

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Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Late Fees and Your Rent

Late Fees and your rent.

 If you looked up "late fees," this statute didn't show up, until recently, when the case of Orozco v. Casimiro [(2004) 121 Cal.App.4th Supp. 7] was decided. There, for the first time, an appellate court identified late fees as "liquidated damages" within the meaning of Civil Code 1671, and declared them to be illegal and void, absent extraordinary circumstances.


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But it's in the Lease...

People will sometimes take unfair advantage of others because they have a superior position, and the law has to intervene to protect against those abuses. Labor law arose because employers took advantage of workers' desperation to find work, and paid low wages and exposed the workers to dangerous and unhealthy conditions, all by contract -the workers agreed to whatever, in order to have some money to bring home for food, rent, utilities and clothing. The law intervened to require decent wages and safe working conditions, and made it illegal to pay less than minimum wage or have dangerous conditions. The law would not allow the workers to agree to less, and punished the employers for even trying to get away with it.

Landlord-tenant law has followed a similar path, as the housing shortage [less than 1% vacancy now] has permitted landlord to exploit their superior position. If you want a place to live, you pay whatever and put up with whatever, and they can steal whatever, and you agree in the contract to shut up and let it happen. This is bad for society, and our Legislature has passed laws to protect you, as it did with labor laws. Rent control, just cause eviction, building inspections, repair and deduct remedies, withholding rent, security deposit protections, and now late fees, have become established in the law, to state that landlords cannot hold you to certain contract provisions, even if you agreed, signed the contract, and wanted them.

The landlord can't make a security deposit nonrefundable, but many still have that in their lease form. When challenged, the landlord has to face the judge, who says that it is illegal to even try to keep that deposit, and it is "stricken" from the contract, as though it never existed. So it now is with late fees. If the landlord puts them in, your signing the agreement does not waive your rights to not pay them, get them back if you did, or sue the landlord for trying to get them.

This is not to say that the landlord can't make you pay rent on time. He still has the 3-day notice to pay rent or quit, followed by eviction if you don't pay. If rent is due on the first, and there is no grace period, then he can give you a 3-day notice on the second, which expires on the fifth of the month [subject to weekends, holidays, manner of service, etc.]. He may not want to bother giving you a notice for being a few days late, because it's not worth his time. However, once he gives you that notice, you are held to the timeline.
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Mr. Dangerfield is an I.A.P.D.A Certified Debt Specialist whom has worked in the finance industry for over a decade. He manages www.beingbrokesuckstoday.com and is the author of "A Dangerfield Manifesto" and co-founder of SMG Holdings, the parent company of Squad Music Group, Dangerfield Artistic Entertainment SMG Publishing and Taboo Dangerfield Publishing
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Tuesday, November 24, 2009

How to get a free credit report

If you’re looking for credit information, there have been two types of free: the free report that you’re entitled to by law once a year from the three major credit bureaus and “free” credit reports constantly hyped in television ads that actually require consumers to sign up for a paid service.



Now, there’s a third kind of “free.” A growing number of services provide information beyond what you get from a government-mandated free report without requiring a subscription to a paid service – but they exact payment in another way: by collecting personal information that can be used to target pitches for other products and services.

The newest of these is Credit.com’s Credit Report Card. It joins other services, such as CreditKarma and Quizzle, which promise a clearer view into your credit record – a rap sheet that can determine the success of your mortgage application or the limit on your credit card. 7-day FREE trial of 3 Bureau Credit Monitoring!  Plus Credit Report & Score - $0

 Start Score Watch® TodayIn this age of frugality, that trade-off – sharing some information in exchange for intelligence on your credit rating – might seem like a bargain to some, particularly when compared with services like FreeCreditReport.com, which touts the free report but supplies it only after consumers sign up for a $14.95-a-month credit monitoring service. (Consumers can cancel that service before the end of a free trial period and keep the free report.)

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But what exactly do you get with the new breed of “free” services?

Credit.com's Credit Report Card offers an analysis of your credit health, using the information in your TransUnion credit report. It’s presented in a format that even the least credit-savvy consumers can understand: You are graded on a scale of A through F in the five categories that make up your credit score, with an explanation behind each grade. You also get an estimated range for five credit scores including your FICO and VantageScore, as well as the educational credit scores from Experian and TransUnion. (Although most lenders use FICO scores to make credit decisions, and some use VantageScore, the credit bureaus also have their own score algorithms, or educational scores. Read more about this here. 7-day FREE trial of 3 Bureau Credit Monitoring!  Plus Credit Report & Score - $0 )

Credit.com doesn’t give you your actual credit report or score in its Report Card – though the site does offer to sell you one, if you so desire – but plenty of other places do. CreditKarma, launched a little over a year ago, offers a free credit score from TransUnion, along with a credit analysis tool and simulator, which helps you see how certain actions (say, applying for a new credit card or paying late) will affect your current score.




Quizzle.com will give you a free credit report from Experian every six months and a free CE Analytics credit score (an educational score that is not used by lenders, but is similar to the FICO score).

How do businesses like CreditKarma.com and Quizzle.com afford to offer free credit reports, scores or other information that the credit bureaus generally charge for? They pitch partners’ products or sell advertising or credit monitoring services through partnerships with the credit bureaus. Both CreditKarma and Quizzle sell targeted advertising based on the information you provide when you sign up and the data in your credit report.
 
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You could be pitched auto or mortgage loans, for example, if they have lower rates than the ones you currently have. The sites can estimate your rates based on the origination date of the loans (information available in your credit report).

But, as with any product marketed as “free,” consumers should watch out. “Numerous web sites offer ‘free’ reports or credit scores that are tied to offers of credit monitoring or other services,” says Ryan Wiggins, a spokeswoman for Florida’s attorney general’s Office. FreeCreditReport.com, FreeScore.com and even FICO itself offer free reports and scores as part of a trial period for their credit-monitoring services that, unless canceled within a certain deadline (sometimes as short as seven days), can cost you as much as $29.95 a month. These terms are usually spelled out on the product’s sign-up page, so be sure to read all the fine print before you give out your credit-card number.



Thanks to the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACT Act) of 2003, consumers are now able to get one free credit report per year from each of the three major credit bureaus -- Experian, Equifax and TransUnion through www.annualcreditreport.com (Credit scores are not included in the government-mandated free reports.)

Despite the shortcomings – the free scores they offer are different from the FICO score – these services can be a viable solution for cost-conscious consumers who want to stay on top of their credit. “It gets a little pricey and when you see month after month no change [to your credit], you start to question the value of these services,” says Dennis Moroney, a senior analyst for financial-services research firm TowerGroup.

That’s not good news for the credit bureaus, who are already feeling the pinch of the credit crunch. Although they make some money from the free services, some of which confirmed that they pay for those scores or reports on the consumer’s behalf, the bureaus are selling fewer of their own consumer credit reports and scores to lenders – and fewer to consumers, as well.

“The demand for credit has decreased in the past year, so the need for credit checks has decreased,” says Bradley Meeks, an equity analyst who covers Equifax and FICO  at research firm Morningstar. “Those are discretionary purchases for most people, and they’re not going to spend $30 in this environment.”
While exact numbers on direct-to-consumer sales are hard to get (the credit bureaus pair that category with other parts of the business, say, lead generation or mortgage solutions), operating revenue at Equifax’s U.S. Consumer Information Solutions segment was down 9% in the first half of the year compared with the same period in 2008.



At Experian, direct-to-consumer sales are still growing (thanks largely to its widely advertised FreeCreditReport.com), though nowhere near the 20% to 30% rates registered between 2005 and 2007, according to Carter Malloy, an analyst who covers the company at Stephens Inc., a privately held, full-service investment banking firm in Little Rock, Ark. Malloy predicts mid- to high-single-digit growth over the next five years. “General consumer interest [in credit and credit scores] is continuing to rise,” he says.

TransUnion, a privately held corporation, does not release earnings numbers.

If you’re planning to apply for credit in the near future, these free solutions may not be enough. The free score offered by CreditKarma.com is a TransUnion score that, although commercially available to lenders, is not nearly as widely used as the FICO score. (And the point-difference between the two can be high. The TransUnion score ranges between 150 and 950 points, while the FICO range is 300-850.) Quizzle.com’s free score is not used by lenders at all. Neither is the credit score you get from FreeCreditReport.com, which is Experian’s PLUS score.


One of the few – and not entirely risk-free – ways to get a truly free FICO score is to sign up for the company’s Score Watch credit-monitoring service and cancel your membership within 30 days. Another possibility: Some financial institutions are starting to offer free FICO scores as a value-added service to their clients. According to FICO, one of the three biggest banks will roll out free FICO scores in the near future.



Mr. Dangerfield is an I.A.P.D.A Certified Debt Specialist whom has worked in the finance industry for over a decade. He manages www.beingbrokesuckstoday.com and is the author of "A Dangerfield Manifesto" and co-founder of SMG Holdings, the parent company of Squad Music Group, Dangerfield Artistic Entertainment SMG Publishing and Taboo Dangerfield Publishing
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Monday, November 23, 2009

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    Sony Cybershot W180 10.1 Megapixel Digital Camera (Black) - $99.99 

    Sony Cybershot W180 10.1 Megapixel Digital Camera w/Flexpod and Camera Case - $119.97 


Digital Media Cards

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    PNY 4GB MicroSD HD Memory Card - $9.99 

    PNY 4GB SDHC Memory Card - $9.99 

    Sandisk 4GB Memory Stick PRO Duo - $14.99 

    Sandisk 8GB MicroSDHC Memory Card - $19.99  

    Sandisk 8GB SD Card - $19.99


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    Sony BDP-S360 Blu-ray Disc Player - $149.99 


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    Bose In-Ear Headphones - $89.99 

    Canon Vixia HD HF20 Camcorder - $499.99 

    Canon Vixia HD HF20 Camcorder w/Extra Li-Ion Battery & 8" HDMI Cable - $599.97 
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    iHome Portable Alarm Clock Speaker iPod Dock - $39.99
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    Logitech Harmony 510 Advanced Universal Remote - $39.99 

    Panasonic DECT 6.0 Expandable Cordless Phone System w/3 Handsets - $59.99

    Pandigital 9" Digital Photo Frame - $59.99 

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    Sony DCR-SX40 Handycam Camcorder w/Extra Li-Ion Battery & 8GB Memory Stick - $259.97 
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    Sony Studio Monitor Headphones - $9.99 

    VTech DECT 6.0 Expandable Cordless Phone System LS6215-2 w/2 Handsets - $44.99 

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    Lowepro Black Neoprene Sleeve - $7.99

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    Western Digital 1.5TB My Book Home Edition External Hard Drive - $119.99 

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    Western Digital WDTV Media Player - $74.99
 

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    Samsung 5.1 Channel 1000W Home Theater System With Blu-ray Disc Player - $399.99 
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    The Matrix (Blu-ray) - $12.99 

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    The Simpsons Movie (DVD) - $6.99 

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    Wanted (DVD) - $6.99 

    Watchmen (DVD) - $6.99 

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    8GB iPod 5th Generation Nano (Black) + Wall Charger & Case - $159.97 

    8GB iPod 5th Generation Nano (Blue) + Wall Charger & Case - $159.97 

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    Bose Sound-dock Series II Digital Music System - $269.99 

    Power Pack for iPod/iPhone - $19.99

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    Sandisk 4GB Fuze MP3 Player (Blue) - $44.99 

    Sandisk 4GB Fuze MP3 Player (Red) - $44.99


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Printers

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    HP Photosmart C4795 Wireless Multifunction Printer - $64.99
 

Services

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Software

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    Microsoft Office Home And Student 2007 - $69.99 

    Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements - $74.99

Television

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    Dynex 40" 1080p 60Hz LCD HDTV (Model # DX-L40-10A) - $499.99

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    LG 32" 1080p LCD HDTV (Model # 32LH30-UA) - $439.99 

    Panasonic Viera 50" 1080p Plasma HDTV (Model # TC-P50U1) w/Blu-ray Disc Player (Model # DMP-BD60K) - $999.98 
    Samsung 32" 1080p LCD HDTV (Model # LN32B530P7F) - $497.99 

    Samsung 32" 720p LCD HDTV (Model # LN32B360C5D) - $397.99 

    Samsung 40" 1080p 60Hz LCD HDTV (Model # LN40B500P3FXZA) - $597.99 
    Samsung 42" 720p Plasma HDTV (Model # PN42B400P3DXZA) - $547.99 
    Samsung 46" 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV (Model # UN4686000VF) - $1599.99 * 

    Samsung 46" 1080p LCD HDTV (LN46B500P3FXZA) - $847.99 
    Samsung 50" 1080p Plasma HDTV (Model # PN50B530S2F) - $897.99 

    Samsung 50" 720p Plasma HDTV (Model # PN50B430P2D) - $697.99 

    Sony 32" 720p 60Hz LCD HDTV (Model # KDL32L504) - $377.99 

    Sony 40" 1080p 60Hz LCD HDTV (Model # KDL40S504) - $662.99 
    Sony 46" 1080p 60Hz LCD HDTV (Model # KDL465504) - $852.99 

Toys

    Leapster 2 Star Wars Bundle - $49.99

Video Games

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    Assassins Creed (PC Game) - $4.99

    Bash Party (Wii) - $14.99

    Bioshock (PC Game) - $4.99

    Bolt (DS Game) - $9.99 

    Brutal Legend (PS3) - $34.99 * 

    Brutal Legend (Xbox 360) - $34.99 * 

    Call of Juarez (PS3) - $19.99 

    Call of Juarez (Xbox 360) - $19.99  

    Civilization IV (PC Game) - $4.99 

    Cooking Mama (DS Game) - $9.99 

    Cooking Mama (Wii) - $14.99 

    Crash (DS Game) - $9.99 

    Deca Sports 10 Games In 1 (Wii) - $9.99 

    Dragon Age (PS3) - $34.99 * 

    Dragon Age (Xbox 360) - $34.99 * 

    Excite Bots Trick Racing (Wii) - $14.99 

    Fallout 3 (PS3) - $19.99 

    Fallout 3 (Xbox 360) - $19.99 

    Family Game Night (Xbox 360) - $19.99 

    Far Cry 2 (PC Game) - $4.99 

    FIFA Soccer 10 (PS3) - $34.99 * 

    FIFA Soccer 10 (Xbox 360) - $34.99 * 

    Guinness World Records (DS Game) - $9.99 
    Hawx (PS3) - $19.99 * 

    Hawx (Xbox 360) - $19.99 

    Left 4 Dead 2 (Xbox 360) - $34.99 * 

    Madagascar 2 Escape From Africa (Wii) - $14.99 

    Madden 10 (PS3) - $34.99 * 

    Madden 10 (XBox 360) - $34.99 * 

    Marker Man (DS Game) - $9.99 

    Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 (Wii) - $14.99 

    My Sims Kingdom (Wii) - $9.99 

    My Word Coach (DS Game) - $9.99 
    NBA Live 09 (Wii) - $9.99 

    NBA Live 10 (PS3) - $34.99 * 

    NBA Live 10 (Xbox 360) - $34.99 * 

    Need For Speed: Shift (PS3) - $34.99 * 

    Need For Speed: Shift (XBox 360) - $34.99 * 

    NHL 10 (PS3) - $34.99 * 

    NHL 10 (Xbox 360) - $34.99 * 

    Nintendo DSi Brain Age Bundle (White) w/$20 Gift Card - $169.99
    Nintendo DSi Mario Bundle (Metallic Blue) w/$20 Gift Card - $169.99
    Pikmin Classic (Wii) - $14.99 

    Rayman Raving Rabbids (Wii) - $9.99 

    Resident Evil 5 (PS3) - $19.99 

    Resident Evil 5 (Xbox 360) - $19.99 

    Riddick (PS3) - $19.99 

    Riddick (Xbox 360) - $19.99 

    Slots (PC Game) - $4.99 
    Sonic Chronicles The Dark Brotherhood (DS Game) - $9.99 

    Sony PlayStation 3 Package w/120GB Console, Little Big Planet, and Ratchet And Clank - $299.99 *
    Spyro (DS Game) - $9.99 

    Stalker (PC Game) - $4.99 
    Sudoku Ball (DS Game) - $9.99 

    The Bigs 2 (PS3) - $19.99 

    The Bigs 2 (Xbox 360) - $19.99 

    Wii Ski And Snowboard (Wii) - $14.99 

    World Of Warcraft (PC Game) - $4.99 

    Xbox 360 Elite 120GB Bundle w/Four Pack Game Set - $299.99

Friday, November 20, 2009

Being Broke Sucks Presents Blue Friday

 Sales end November 22nd

$325 OFF! Compaq Presario C770US Intel Pentium Dual-Core T2390 1.86GHz Notebook 2GB RAM, 160GB HDD, Refurb ONLY $374.99



$300 OFF!  Samsung Electronics 37" 1080p LCD HDTV with Built-In ATSC/Clear QAM Tuner - Refurbished ONLY $649.99 (was $949.99)

$170 OFF! Garmin International nĂ¼vi 255W 4.3" GPS Navigator - North America, Refurbished ONLY $129.99

$560 OFF! Gateway M-7351u Intel Pentium Dual Core 2GHz Notebook - 4GB RAM, 320GB HD, 15.4" + Alto Notebook Stand & Case only $$499.99

$399 OFF! Toshiba Satellite M505-S4947 Intel Core 2 Duo P7350 2.0GHz Notebook - 4GB RAM, 400GB HDD ONLY $599.99


$60 OFF! Lenovo IdeaPad S10E Intel Atom N270 1.6GHz Netbook - Refurbished ONLY $249.99 (was $309.99) after rebate


$140 OFF! Magnavox Full HD 1080p Blu-ray Disc DVD Player with HDMI, SD Card Slot (Black), Refurbished ONLY $89.99 after mail- in rebates

$250 OFF! Acer AM3202-B3800A AMD Phenom X4 9650 Quad-Core Desktop with 22" Widescreen LCD Display - 4GB RAM ONLY $649.99

$500 OFF!  Toshiba 37.0" Diagonal REGZA LCD TV Now ONLY $499.99 (was $999.99)

$100 OFF! Canon imageCLASS MF3240 Monochrome Laser Multifunction Printer ONLY $99.99 



Mr. Dangerfield is an I.A.P.D.A Certified Debt Specialist whom has worked in the finance industry for over a decade. He manages www.beingbrokesuckstoday.com and is the author of "A Dangerfield Manifesto" and co-founder of SMG Holdings, the parent company of Squad Music Group, Dangerfield Artistic Entertainment SMG Publishing and Taboo Dangerfield Publishing
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