My ATM card (I bank with TD Canada Trust) was stolen. At first the bank refused to reimburse the money stolen by the thieves. I wrote an appeal letter to the bank, asking them to reconsider their decision…and, thankfully, the bank reimbursed the stolen money after all.
Here’s the appeal letter I wrote to my bank to appeal their decision not to reimburse my checking and Visa accounts after thieves stole my credit and debit cards. You can use this as a sample appeal letter, especially if you need tips on writing an appeal letter to a bank about a student loan, mortgage application, or business loan. […]
What happens to a marriage when your wife almost bankrupts you? A husband describes how he survived financial infidelity in his marriage and offers tips for couples in similar situations. “The worst thing I ever survived was the financial infidelity of my wife, which to this day remains a life-changing experience,” says Ray. “When it comes to finances in marriage, […]
Tired of living under the burden of your monthly Visa or MasterCard bills? Put just ONE of these smart ways to get rid of credit card debt forever into action, and you’ll be halfway there. One of the most popular books about paying off debt on Amazon is Clark Howard’s Living Large in Lean Times: 250+ Ways to Buy Smarter, Spend […]
Knowing how to quickly repair a credit card error will protect you from credit fraud or even identity theft. These tips for fixing Visa or MasterCard mistakes are from a financial guru who’s “been there, done that.” I left my Visa at the SPCA three weeks ago, when I used it to buy my dog. They said they’d put it […]
A commonly asked question for people who don’t make a lot of money is, “How do I pay off my debt when I have a low income?” The bad news is there is no easy way to pay off your financial debt when your earnings aren’t high. The good new is that it is possible! I paid off my $25,000 […]