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California Dept of Corporations News

Law school holds first annual Financial Health Fair for Seniors Special

Sacramento - As finances and stability have become more of a concern among the young since the economic recession, some of the more vulnerable are retirees and the elderly.

Op-Ed: CA Dept. of Corporations celebrates Women's History Month Special

Sacramento - With spring time, March has been a month of celebrations. Among the celebrations is Women's History month. And, to help commemorate this the California Department of Corporations reissued an educational brochure

Consumers be alert, especially when using high-tech conveniences Special

Sacramento - The California Dept. of Corporations dedicated the first week of March as National Consumer Protection Week. “National Consumer Protection Week is really an annual reminder to consumers

Small Business and Vets are served by California State Agencies Special

Sacramento - Small Business and US Military veterans got a boost of advocacy when the California Dept. of Corporations was honored with recognition of merit this past November 14.

CA Dept. of Real Estate urges homeowners to be wary of ReFi deals Special

Sacramento - The American dream is to own a home, this has become so familiar and universal. Yet since the onset of the economic recession, the mortgage crisis has put the American dream of owning a home into major jeopardy.

Officials ask investors to be cautious of crowd-funding trend Special

Sacramento - An investor alert went out this past spring from the California Department of Corporations asking that investors be cautious when considering "crowd-funding" opportunities.

State officials issue consumer alert about payday lenders on line Special

Sacramento - As reported by in July by this reporter, Payday lending poses an economic entrapment to the everyday worker, especially those who have little recourse to a bank.

California Dept of Corporations works to get word out about fraud Special

San Francisco - Ever get one of those annoying "solicitation" calls or worse yet, a call that sounds like it is from a creditor almost demanding that a payment be made today?
 

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the advantages of women owning their own business or being self-employed allows them more flexibilit...
the advantages of women owning their own business or being self-employed allows them more flexibility. This is especially so for women raising families and being the primary bread-winner.
The California Dept of Corporations is asking consumers and investors to be cautious of Crowd-fundin...
The California Dept of Corporations is asking consumers and investors to be cautious of Crowd-funding, especially now as it is not fully regulated.
Sandra Meyer is a SAIF (Seniors Against Investment Fraud) volunteer. She spoke to the members of SHA...
Sandra Meyer is a SAIF (Seniors Against Investment Fraud) volunteer. She spoke to the members of SHARP (Sunset Heights Association of Responsible People) on April 30. She noted that since the recession more scams of all types have been increasing.
The California Department of Corporations issued a warning to consumers on August 15  2012 about the...
The California Department of Corporations issued a warning to consumers on August 15, 2012 about the dangers of using payday lenders via the Internet. "Unlicensed are becoming more aggressive in their collection (of debt) techniques," said CA Dept. of Corporations Commissioner Jan Lynn Owen, in a statement released to the press, that Wednesday.
Bill Hayden  Laurie Cootz & Chad Rohrs of the Department of Corporations Business Operations Section...
Bill Hayden, Laurie Cootz & Chad Rohrs of the Department of Corporations Business Operations Section, receiving at the 13th Annual State Agency Recognition Awards Ceremony on Nov. 16, 2012 in Sacramento, CA.
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Sargent  Bruce McPhilips of the South San Francisco Police Dept. cautions that when people rely too ...
Sargent, Bruce McPhilips of the South San Francisco Police Dept. cautions that when people rely too much on high tech conveniences, they might make themselves more vulnerable to thieves.