Tuesday, November 21

November 2017

This month we highlight videos about spotting flooded cars, credit card myths, and credit card gotchas from Consumer Reports.

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October 2017

In this Brain Food we highlight podcasts about college financial aid, tuition aid, and a new airline fee from the Wall Street Journal.

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September 2017

In this Brain Food we highlight videos about getting cheaper airfare, carry-on luggage that fits overhead, and how ink affects printer costs from Consumer Reports.

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JPMorgan Chase Fined $4.6 Million for Failures Related to Checking Account Screening Information

The job of the most honest seller is to sell you, not to give you reasons to buy from a competitor. That over-riding reality drives the free-enterprise system, and places a responsibility on you.

FoolProof's Hall of Shame is here to remind you why a healthy dose of skepticism should rule your decisions before dealing with anyone who wants to touch your money or your general welfare.

August 2, 2017

Banking

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July 2017

In this Brain Food we highlight podcasts about what to look for when test driving a car, second thoughts, and picking kids apps from NPR.

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June 2017

In this Brain Food we highlight podcasts about keeping tax records, earning extra cash, thing home buyers want from Kiplinger.com.

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Barclays to Pay $97 Million for Overcharging Clients

The job of the most honest seller is to sell you, not to give you reasons to buy from a competitor. That over-riding reality drives the free-enterprise system, and places a responsibility on you.

FoolProof's Hall of Shame is here to remind you why a healthy dose of skepticism should rule your decisions before dealing with anyone who wants to touch your money or your general welfare.

May 10, 2017

Overcharging

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Experian Fined $3 Million for Deceiving Consumers in Marketing Credit Scores

Credit Reporting Company Misstated How Credit Scores It Sold Were Used

The job of the most honest seller is to sell you, not to give you reasons to buy from a competitor. That over-riding reality drives the free-enterprise system, and places a responsibility on you.

FoolProof's Hall of Shame is here to remind you why a healthy dose of skepticism should rule your decisions before dealing with anyone who wants to touch your money or your general welfare.

March 23, 2017

Credit Score

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May 2017

In this Brain Food we highlight podcasts about ransomware, ATM skimmer scams, and over-insuring from Consumer Reports.

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Security National Automotive Acceptance Company (SNAAC) Fined $1.25 Million for Violating Consent Order

Auto Loan Company Failed to Provide Redress for Illegal Collection Tactics

The job of the most honest seller is to sell you, not to give you reasons to buy from a competitor. That over-riding reality drives the free-enterprise system, and places a responsibility on you.

FoolProof's Hall of Shame is here to remind you why a healthy dose of skepticism should rule your decisions before dealing with anyone who wants to touch your money or your general welfare.

April 26, 2017

Debt Collection

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    FoolProof's Business Hall of Shame

    A business ultimately watches out for its bottom line, not yours. That pressure for profit means even a good company can make bad decisions.

    FoolProof's Business Hall of Shame is here to remind you to be a skeptic when it comes to any business that wants to touch your money or your general welfare.

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