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As you probably know, my law firm represents many Alabama consumer who sue mortgage companies such as Bank of America. Well, today I received a letter from Bank of America.

I opened it up and it was addressed to me and said that BoA recognized that I represented my client and they wanted to send the letter to me.

I was puzzled as there was no “consumer” or “homeowner” name listed.

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For several years we have sent out every Thursday (except when I am running late!) a free email newsletter where we talk about suing collection agencies, defending against collection lawsuits, correcting errors on your credit reports, fighting wrongful foreclosures, protecting against identity theft, and other consumer issues.

We call it “Consumer Power” as our intention is to give you knowledge and to give you encouragement to take action. Knowledge plus action is truly power and we want to empower consumers.

We have now set up a website, ConsumerPowerNewsletter.com, where we have all of the back issues. Usually a day or so after we put out our weekly newsletter, we will have the new issue up.

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Every Thursday we send out our popular newsletter Consumer Power but it occurred to us that we should put our older issues online.

We are in the process of doing this – if you would like to read our June 2010 issues you can read them here

We talk about debt collectors, credit reporting, and foreclosure issues in our newsletters.

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If you are familiar with our blog, website, videos, and the stuff I do on my Avvo profile, you know that I have been pounding on the theme that we need to know what our rights are AND take action.

We provide information to help with the first part – knowing what your rights are – and we also encourage you to take action.

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Good morning,

I hope your week is going well. I received a lot of good feedback on the video last week – everyone that wrote in said they liked it. One person said my head was too big which reminded me of the Seinfeld episode (the “Andrea Doria” episode) where everyone kept saying Elaine’s head was so large.

I don’t think my head is too out of whack with my body – but I have taken the good advice and moved the camera a bit further away. 🙂

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This is a copy of our Consumer Power Newsletter today as we know some people like to read blog posts on their Google Reader or other newsreader and since we are including a video we thought it might be helpful to have everything in one place. So, here is our newsletter this morning:

Good morning . . . I hope you are having a nice week and I appreciate you allowing us to visit with you for a few minutes this morning.

I decided to shoot a short video that covers the same material as this email so if you would like to see that you can watch it below. I did shoot this video late one day so I’m a little bit scruffy and don’t have on a tie so you’ll have to overlook that . . . 🙂

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We have hundreds of people from all over the country that get our Thursday morning email newsletter.

Consumer Power is for Alabama consumers and other consumers who want to learn secrets on dealing with debt collectors, credit reporting agencies, mortgage companies, and other financial institutions. These secrets will help you spot rip offs and illegal actions so that you can protect yourself and your family from dishonest companies.

We share a lot of useful information and we first alert our subscribers to free information that we hope will be of help and interest to you including:

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Our clients and those who have requested information from us receive our monthly newsletter that we have been publishing for nearly a year now. We have just put up the issues from this year on our website under the “Articles” portion. Feel free to take a look at these and if you like them you can always contact us through our website, call us at 205-879-2447.

We look forward to staying connected with you!

Another resource for you is to join our Facebook Fan Page – Alabama Consumer Protection Attorneys where we share useful information about the same types of issues that we cover in this blog.

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For about 8 months we have been publishing our newsletter, Consumer Connections, and our clients have found it to be filled with useful content. We have addressed timely articles such as illegal voicemails, illegal third party contacts, dirty tricks of insurance companies, and other articles that we think you will find valuable.

You are welcome to subscribe to it by either filling out a contact sheet on our website. Make sure you include your address and email. We look forward to including you in our regular communications.

Another resource for you is to join our Facebook Fan Page – Alabama Consumer Protection Attorneys where we share useful information about the same types of issues that we cover in this blog.

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