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AG’s office recommends credit monitoring for data breach

AG’s office recommends credit monitoring for data breach

Victims of Target Corp.’s consumer data breach ought to sign up for the company’s sponsored free credit monitoring service, according to the Colorado Attorney General’s Office, which has urged consumers to carefully monitor their credit- and debit-card statements for unauthorized activity. “Colorado consumers should take extra care in light of this massive data breach to… Continue Reading AG’s office recommends credit monitoring for data breach

Farm Credit of Southern Colorado will break ground Monday on a $7.5 million building, off Platte Avenue and Wooten Road. The 39,360-square-foot building, at 5110 Edison Ave., will be the headquarters office for the growing Farm Credit of Southern Colorado. Farm Credit, which specializes in agricultural financing for farmers, ranchers and agribusinesses, is currently located… Continue Reading Farm Credit of Southern Colorado builds $7.5 million headquarters office

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Consumers in Colorado are about $20,000 in debt, a little more than the national average. The figures were released this week by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City in its quarterly 2011 report of seven states in the Tenth Federal Reserve District. Overall, consumer debt in Colorado declined slightly in the second quarter, which… Continue Reading Average Coloradan’s debt higher than national average

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State revokes mortage license, warns consumers

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The Division of Real Estate and the Board of Mortgage Loan Originators has revoked the license of former mortgage loan originator Jill Evans of Paramount Mortgage. The division ordered Evans, who was doing business in the Greenwood Village area,  to pay an $11,000 fine and $24,000 in restitution to two  former clients who gave her… Continue Reading State revokes mortage license, warns consumers

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Colorado has won a $590,000 judgment against a Florida company that failed to register its debt management services in the state. Colorado’s Attorney General John Suthers filed a lawsuit against Enhanced Servicing Solutions, an Orlando, Fla.-based firm, and its president, Thomas Roland, in June saying the company failed to register with the state of Colorado… Continue Reading Florida company must pay Colorado for failing to register its business

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It’s been only two and one-half weeks since America became the target of terrorism. Aside from lost lives and economic damage that continues to mount, consumer confidence took a big punch in the gut. People are afraid to fly despite the increasingly lower airfares and some investors are pulling – what is left of their… Continue Reading Sept. 11th hits U.S. and Co Springs economies but experts predict turn-around

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