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☠️☠️ LATITUDE Got Hacked – Are You Affected? Open to read more…

By |2023-03-20T16:43:31+10:0020/03/2023|Business Credit, Consumer, Credit Repair, Defaults, General, Identity Theft, Identity Theft, Industry News, media releases, Press Releases, Removals, Shocking News|

In this blog post, we discuss the recent cyberattack on Latitude Financial and the potential risks it poses to over 300,000 customers. We urge customers to take immediate action to safeguard their personal information by regularly checking their credit report, changing login details, enabling two-factor authentication, contacting Latitude Financial to find out if their personal information has been compromised, freezing their credit, monitoring financial statements, and being wary of phishing emails. MyCRA Lawyers specializes in credit repair and can help customers monitor their credit report for any unusual activity resulting from the Latitude hack. Contact us at 1300 667 218 to learn more about how we can assist you during this difficult time.

Banks Check Facebook To Stamp Out Liar Loans Catching Out Innocent Home Buyers In The Process

By |2020-09-23T15:03:57+10:0010/09/2020|Credit Repair, General, media releases, Press Releases, Removals|

Did you know Banks are now trolling your Facebook and other Social Media sites spying on you without your consent? - Causing Declined Finance!

What Happens If You Lie On Your Home Loan Application? What could happen if you lie on your application?

By |2020-09-23T01:40:57+10:0010/09/2020|Consumer, Credit Repair, Defaults, Judgments, media releases, Press Releases, Removals|

Telling a 'white lie' on your home loan mortgage application might seem okay, but when you get caught with the banks sharing data between them, you could face jail for up to 10 years!

Why Women Could Be Locked Out Of Home Ownership Simply Because They Are Female

By |2020-09-23T14:54:19+10:0010/09/2020|Credit Repair, General, media releases, Press Releases, Removals|

you are discriminated against based on: 1. where you live, 2. on the job you have, 3. how long you’ve been in that job and of course 4. how good you’ve been at paying your debts in the past...

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