Debt Consolidation USA recently shared in an article some of the warning signs that foretell that debt problems are already lurking in the corners. The article looks at some of the most common problems that usually lead to consumers owing debt payments.
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Debt Consolidation USA recently shared in an article some of the warning signs that foretell that debt problems are already lurking in the corners. The article titled Warning Signs That You Are Headed For Debt Problems looks at some of the most common problems that usually lead to consumers owing debt payments.
The article starts off by pointing out that debt problems can mean a lot of things...
RHINELANDER (WAOW) – A 48-year-old former office manager was convicted Friday of embezzling tens of thousands of dollars from Northwoods Animal Hospital in Minocqua starting in 2008, according to online Oneida County court records.
Brenda Wigglesworth of Arbor Vitae pleaded no contest to one count of theft in a business setting, court records said. She faces a maximum punishment of up to 10 years in prison when she is sentenced Aug. 12.
Wigglesworths scheme involved, in part, excessive paychecks to herself worth about $10,000 and keeping $21,500 that had been paid at the clinics service counter instead of depositing it in a bank, according to a criminal complaint.
An international subsidiary of Compass Group, the British catering giant that supplies more than 1,500 UK primary schools and 30 NHS Trusts, paid bribes to government officials in Kazakhstan, documents seen by the Guardian reveal.
Theunit’s agents made “facilitation payments” to customs officers in the former Soviet republic for an unspecified period up to 2011, internal Compass papers show, with the transactions originating in the same international division that was separately accused of bribing a UN official to win contracts.
The company paid pound;40m to settle civil litigation in the UN case in 2006, without admitting legal liability.
The charges are related to incidents during a span from April 21, 2011 to Feb. 20, 2014 and were investigated by the Midland County Sheriff’s Office and Midland Police Department. The crimes range from damage done to an excavator and a van, to breaking into homes and pole barns to steal and the theft of a vehicle belonging to a flower shop.
Dismissed were counts of three counts of breaking and entering, unlawfully driving away an automobile and a second count of malicious destruction of property valued between $1,000 and $20,000. The plea deal states Boucher is to pay restitution for all the dismissed counts.
Boucher was charged in the summer 2011 arson at the Michigan...
David and I have spent many weeks fundraising and negotiating reasonable fees with all the performers and suppliers by obtaining the very best rates we can.
There has been significant personal funding from both the organizers and generous donations from a number of companies and other individuals. We are also trying to raise money by other means such as Raffles and Ticket Sales but we do need to ask the community for some financial support.
If we can raise £4000 or more, we can make this an affordable event. The shows on the High Street will be free of charge, the exhibitions will be free of charge...
On Wednesday, June 17, 2015, Mobile police released two images of a man accused of using cloned credit cards and fake identification to make approximately $3,000 in cash advances in another persons name. (Courtesy of the Mobile Police Department)
JERSEY CITY, NJ, June 22, 2015 /PRNewswire/ Legal-Bay LLC, The Lawsuit Settlement Funding Company, a leader in lawsuit funding services and excellent customer service, announced today that they are prepared for the rush of applications during the busy 4th of July holiday and are standing ready to fund cases within 24 hours of approval. Most companies in the legal funding industry typically have a 48-hour minimum approval process, however, Legal-Bay offers a quick 24-hour approval process, as well as the lowest monthly usage rates in the industry (1.99% in cases that qualify). Additionally, most legal funding companies in the industry are not willing to assist plaintiffs who have...