Vietnamese Library: Consumer Rights

Some of the following Consumer Action publications are available in bulk for non-profit or government agencies to distribute for educational purposes. Further info can be found on the How To Order Publications page.

Library: Vietnamese | Personal bankruptcy: Your financial fresh start (Vietnamese) . Bankruptcy can offer a financial fresh start for consumers overwhelmed by debt, but there is a lot to know about the process and potential consequences before a decision to file can be made. This guide explains the differences between the two types of personal bankruptcy, what is required of filers, what happens to debts and assets, alternatives to consider, the general legal process, and where to find assistance and more information. Filed Under: Bankruptcy Credit Consumer Rights Credit Cards Debt Collection Foreclosure on Dec 21, 2017

Library: Vietnamese | A guide to finding the right job training school (Vietnamese) . Job training can be a valuable investment in your future—if the school or program is reputable and fairly priced. This guide is designed to help anyone considering a job training program or vocational school make an informed choice, avoid excessive or unwarranted student loan debt, and know where to turn if they believe they are a victim of for-profit school fraud. Filed Under: Consumer Rights on Mar 29, 2017

Library: Vietnamese | The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (Vietnamese) How it restricts collectors and protects consumers . This concise guide to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) makes consumers aware of what collectors must do under the law, what they are allowed to do, and what they are prohibited from doing. It also provides information about getting a collector to stop contacting you, what your options are if a collector violates the FDCPA and where to get more information or personal assistance. Filed Under: Credit Consumer Rights Debt Collection Money Management on Oct 31, 2016

Library: Vietnamese | Debtors’ Rights (Vietnamese) Protecting yourself from debt collection lawsuits. This 16-page guide helps consumers who owe money understand how to avoid a debt collection lawsuit, what the legal process is if they can’t avoid being sued, their rights if they lose the suit and how to file a complaint against a debt collector. Filed Under: Credit Consumer Rights Debt Collection on Aug 26, 2015

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