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All Consumer Action publications are available online, with most also available as a PDF download. Government agencies, nonprofits and other community-based organizations who wish to distribute our publications for educational purposes can use the PDF file to instantly produce a professional-looking brochure using an office printer.

Library of Korean Publications, Sorted by Date

Saving Your Home from Foreclosure  (2009) (Korean)

Library: Korean | Saving Your Home from Foreclosure (2009) (Korean) .

Foreclosure is the legal process that your mortgage lender uses to take your home when you fall behind on your mortgage payments. If you are faced with foreclosure, you can work to save your home—or at least limit the financial damage caused by foreclosure—if you understand your options and take the appropriate steps.

Filed Under: Foreclosure Housing Home Financing Mortgages on May 20, 2009

 
Leave me alone (Korean) (2008)

Library: Korean | Leave me alone (Korean) (2008) Your privacy online—and offline.

Leave Me Alone! Your Privacy Online - and Offline explains the concept of personal privacy and why it is important to be careful about who has access to your personal information. Topics covered include privacy in cyberspace, cutting down on unwanted junk mail and spam e-mail from marketers and ‘top ten’ ways to protect your privacy on and off the Internet.

Filed Under: Privacy Rights on Nov 22, 2008

 
Understanding Your Credit Score (Korean)

Library: Korean | Understanding Your Credit Score (Korean) .

Your credit score is a “snapshot” of your credit history that is used by lenders, insurers and others to assess your creditworthiness and the likelihood that you will pay your bills and repay outstanding loans. This publication explains how to learn your score, how to interpret it and how to maintain or improve it.

Filed Under: Credit Credit Reports/Scores on Mar 24, 2008

 
You Make the Call (Korean)

Library: Korean | You Make the Call (Korean) Selecting the right Phone Services for You.

There are a variety of phones, communications methods, calling plans and carriers. This publication is designed to help you choose the equipment and services that best meet your needs.

Filed Under: Telecom Wireless on Dec 05, 2007

 
Protect Your Phone Records (Korean)

Library: Korean | Protect Your Phone Records (Korean) .

Phone records are an important source of private information that someone might try to access without your consent for illegal or harmful purposes. This publication can help you understand who would want to access your phone records, why they might want to do it, how they try to access your private information and what you can do to reduce the chances of becoming a victim.

Filed Under: Fraud/Scams Privacy Rights Telecom Wireless on Jun 28, 2007

 
California Car Buyer’s Bill of Rights (Korean)

Library: Korean | California Car Buyer’s Bill of Rights (Korean) .

California car buyers have important new rights beginning July 1, 2006. The Car Buyer’s Bill of Rights will change the way millions of cars are bought and sold in California.

Filed Under: Auto Lending/Insurance Credit Credit Reports/Scores Credit Scores on Mar 08, 2007

 
Choosing a Wireless Service Provider (Korean)

Library: Korean | Choosing a Wireless Service Provider (Korean) .

The wireless world offers broad choices among service providers, calling plans, and phones. Low-priced equipment and rates make wireless calling affordable for many individuals and families. Plus, today’s cell phone is not just for talking - it can be used to snap photos, surf the Internet, send email, play games, and more. With so much to choose from, it can be a challenge to figure out what’s best for you.

Filed Under: Telecom Wireless on Oct 03, 2006

 
How to send money home (Korean)

Library: Korean | How to send money home (Korean) Tips for transferring money abroad .

Many immigrants send some of their earnings to relatives and friends in their home countries. There are several ways to transfer money overseas. This publication explains the different types of companies that can help with this task.

Filed Under: Banking Credit Prepaid Cards on Jan 25, 2006

 
Poor Credit means Higher Interest Rates - How to avoid bad loans (Korean)

Library: Korean | Poor Credit means Higher Interest Rates - How to avoid bad loans (Korean) .

This brochure addresses “subprime” loans offered to people with credit problems. While consumers with poor credit can find fairly priced mortgages, car loans and credit cards at higher-than-average rates, this population is easily victimized by very bad deals called predatory lending. This brochure covers illegal lending practices, warning signs of bad loans, how to avoid becoming a victim, filing a compaint and resources for advice and assistance.

Filed Under: Credit on Apr 01, 2004

 
Telemarketers : Do Not Call (Korean)

Library: Korean | Telemarketers : Do Not Call (Korean) A new way to limit unwanted sales calls.

Are you tired of unwanted telemarketing calls? Now there is a new government tool to help stop unwanted calls. The National Do Not Call Registry is a free list you can join to limit calls to your home and cell phone for five years. “Telemarketers: Do Not Call!” explains how easy it is to put your name on the registry, what you should expect when you register and how to deal with unwanted telemarketing calls.

Filed Under: Telecom on Jul 14, 2003

 

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