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Dear Consumer Ed: I lost my wallet last week.
Dear Consumer Ed: I ran up some debt a few years ago when I was out of work and couldn’t pay my bills. This has hurt my credit rating, and I’m having a hard time getting approved for a loan as a result. Is there anything I can do to improve my credit score?
Dear Consumer Ed: My landlord is having financial problems, and I am worried that the house I am renting may go into foreclosure. As a tenant, what are my rights? Will I be forced to leave immediately?
Dear Consumer Ed: I paid a roofer to repair some damage to my roof. Now, several months later, I’m being contacted by one of his workers who is threatening to place a lien against my home because the roofer never paid him. Can he do this?
Dear Consumer Ed: I heard I have to replace my home air conditioner because of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations. Is that true?
Dear Consumer Ed: My parents own a time share. They rarely go there, and I have no interest in buying it from them.
Dear Consumer Ed: I received a call from a company that said it could guarantee me a government grant within 3 months. They asked for an up-front fee of $2500 for writing the grant applications. I paid the money and now I am worried that I might have been scammed. What do you think?
Dear Consumer Ed:
The gas station on the corner is charging 30 cents more per gallon than other places in the area. Isn’t that price gouging?
Dear Consumer Ed: How can I stop the amount of junk mail I get?