10 Things We Learned About The Structured Settlement Purchase Industry

10 Things We Learned About The Structured Settlement Purchase Industry

Report after report finds that payday lenders, auto title loan firms and pension advance operations unfairly target vulnerable consumers with high fees and questionable terms, but a new investigative piece from The Washington Post shows that are some lesser-known, but very lucrative players offering quick cash to vulnerable consumers: structured settlement purchasing companies. [More]

8 Ways To Save Money Using Student Discounts

8 Ways To Save Money Using Student Discounts

For those heading back to school with dread in their hearts and a lightness in their wallets, chins up! Your status as a studier entitles you to a plethora of delightful student discounts, so you can at least spend less while you cram more. [More]

Man Rescued Twice In One Month By Rangers In Rocky Mountains

Man Rescued Twice In One Month By Rangers In Rocky Mountains

Rocky Mountain National Park rangers don’t typically charge imperiled hikers for rescue operations, but the agency may want to re-think its policy after having to save the same 68-year-old man with elaborate, time-consuming operations twice in a month. [More]

Bally Reps Drove Developmentally Disabled Man To Gym, Signed Him Up

Bally Reps Drove Developmentally Disabled Man To Gym, Signed Him Up

Family members of a developmentally disabled 49-year-old man told 6 News in Indianapolis that two men from Bally Total Fitness showed up at the man’s apartment, drove him to a Bally location at Pike Plaza, and signed him up to a monthly membership. When the man’s family asked Bally to invalidate the agreement, the gym refused.