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The Consumer Services Guide is searchable directory of resources which can help you with consumer problems and questions. There are multiple editions of the ‘Guide’, some which deal with specific issues such as housing or credit. The full directory, the Consumer Service Guide Edition, provides access to all the resources collected by Consumer Action.

 
 

Records Found: 6

    Money Management


  • Bankrate.com
    Excellent site offering almost daily updates on rates for mortgages, credit cards, auto loans, checking and savings accounts, home equity loans, ATM fees, as well as banking news.

  • Consumer Credit Counseling Service
    A non-profit community service agency that provides help in planning debt payments, credit and budget counseling and education. Fees to administer debt repayment plan are on a sliding scale; free if you cannot afford to pay. HUD certified housing education includes pre-purchase information, landlord/tenant counseling, early delinquency intervention and default counseling.

  • Consumer Credit Counseling Service (CCCS) of San Francisco
    Offers free money management, debt or housing counseling services and comprehensive workshops.

  • Consumer Credit Counseling Service (CCCS) of the East Bay
    Web site of the Consumer Credit Counseling Service for Alameda, Contra Costa and Solano Counties. They offer free and low-cost counseling to aid consumers with credit and money management issues.

  • FinAid! The SmartStudent Guide to Financial Aid
    Comprehensive guide to student financial aid. Discusses sources of financial aid, as well as tips on avoiding scams.

  • Moneywi$e
    MoneyWi$e, a national financial literacy partnership of Consumer Action and Capital One, is the first program of its kind to combine free, multilingual financial education materials, curricula and teaching aids with regional meetings and roundtables to train community-based organization staff so that consumers at all income levels and walks of life can be reached.

 
 
 

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