If you owe too much money, you can go to prison even though you have not committed a crime. You can also be kicked out of your home and face a myriad of other negative consequences. Even so, the largest religion in the United States continues to be "consumerism"—the deeply held belief that buying goods and services makes us better and happier.
Attorney Charles Jerome Ware explores how you can keep spending, maintain your freedom, and stand up for yourself. He shares ways to prevent foreclosure, discourage identity theft and other forms of fraud, avoid debt settlement scams, and rebuild your credit. This insider's guide reveals hundreds of facts to educate and inform the faithful American consumer. Don't be bullied into living like a pauper when you can take reasonable steps to improve your financial position. Changing your life and avoiding pitfalls starts with learning Legal Consumer Tips and Secrets.
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Attorney Charles Jerome Ware is a principal in the national law firm of Charles Jerome Ware, Attorneys and Counselors. He has served as the special legal counsel to the chairman of the Federal Trade Commission, as a federal administrative law judge, and as a senior trial attorney in both the Antitrust Division and the Criminal Division of the US Justice Department. He lives with his family in Columbia, Maryland.