Category: Advice

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Trade Disputes Can End Positively

March 2nd, 2020 | Posted in Finance, Uncategorized Following the recent revision of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) DOCDEX rules, Georges Affaki, chairman of the Legal Committee of the ICC Banking Commission and chairman of the DOCDEX Drafting Group, explains how dispute resolution mechanisms , such as DOCDEX, are a friendly

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You Can Make Each Of Your Clients Feel Valued With These Fantastic Ideas!

February 28th, 2020 | Posted in Business, Uncategorized Whether you are a new business owner or not, ensuring that your customers feel valued is crucial. If you want to keep the customers that you have, it’s essential that you learn how to make each customer feel valued. When it comes to making your customers

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Student loan services screwing 30 percent more troops and counting

February 27th, 2020 | Posted in Loans, Uncategorized When will the loan servicers stop the nonsense? Why isn’t the Department of Education holding their feet to the fire? Consider this.  The Department of Justice (Justice, not Education), documented that Sallie Mae has been overcharging interest to active duty members of the military since 2005,

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Making Student Loan Servicing Work for Borrowers

February 26th, 2020 | Posted in Loans, Uncategorized The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) asked for comments on student loan servicing a few months ago.  Thousands of borrowers and their advocates responded before yesterday’s deadline, highlighting again and again that the current system does not work well for borrowers and is not created to

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