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Student Debt Slavery II | Time to Level the Playing Field

Student Debt Slavery II | Time to Level the Playing Field

  . By Ellen Brown This is the second in a two-part article on the debt burden America’s students face. Read Part 1 here. The lending business is heavily stacked against student borrowers. Bigger players can borrow for almost nothing, and if their investments don’t work out, they can put their corporate shells through bankruptcy and […]

Defendant sentenced to 14 years for bilking Financial Institutions out of $16 Million

Defendant sentenced to 14 years for bilking Financial Institutions out of $16 Million

By Jennifer Felten United States v. Vera Kuzmenko In this case the United States government brought an action against defendant Vera Kuzmenko, a real estate agent, and others, on account of a massive real estate fraud she orchestrated. The scheme involved the defendant obtaining real estate commissions by submitting grossly fraudulent loan applications to lenders […]

Ventura County Credit Union Celebrates 65 Years in the Community

Ventura County Credit Union Celebrates 65 Years in the Community

VCCU holds events for members to commemorate anniversary Chartered in 1950, symptoms Ventura County Credit Union (VCCU) celebrates 65 years in Ventura County this month. VCCU will have member giveaways at its six local branches, order trivia contests, fun swag, a photo contest, cupcakes and more. Each Friday through the month of February, VCCU’s six […]