Kristinea Stillmunkes of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, received a notice last week that a debt collector won a judgment to start garnishing her wages for a car repossessed two years ago during a divorce, with added interest, and she has been out of work because the retail store she works at is closed. More than 25% of her last paycheck was taken. … [Read more...] about ‘I have no money’: debt collection continues despite pandemic
Much of what is publicly known of the laundromat operations comes from the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project, whose journalists were also involved in the Panama Papers revelations, reporting how documents from a Panamanian law firm showed hundreds of rich and powerful people registered companies in tax havens. … [Read more...] about German authorities conduct raids in money laundering probe
"The bottom line is this election is going to cost dramatically more," said Terry Burton, the director of Ohio's Wood County Board of Elections. "The preparations involved, the personal protective equipment, the postage costs, the amount of staffing to accommodate all the different aspects of running an election during a pandemic is going to dramatically increase the cost of elections all over Ohio and across the country." … [Read more...] about ‘We are still short’: Local officials plead with Congress for more money to protect 2020 election
Ant McPartlin and Lisa Armstrong's relationship timeline Ant and Lisa first met in 1994. At the time Ant and life-long TV partner Declan Donnelly were reaching new TV and music heights as PJ & Duncan following their stint on Byker Grove. Lisa was in a band called Deuce at the time. … [Read more...] about EXCLUSIVE: ‘He’s NOT after her money!’ Lisa Armstrong’s electrician new lover has ‘genuinely fallen for her’ and has no interest in the £31million she received from divorcing Ant McPartlin, claims his friend
The judge threw out criminal charges against Espinoza stating that he could not be punished for "selling his property to another, when his actions fall under a statute that is so vaguely written that even legal professionals have difficulty finding a singular meaning." … [Read more...] about Miami Court Rejects Bitcoin as Money
The “voucher” turned out to be a baffling email sent on the same day confirming a “refund to credit”. Could it be that easyJet was encouraging passengers to themselves cancel flights that it knew would not be departing so that it would not be liable to refund them? … [Read more...] about Was this just an easyJet ploy to get out of paying a refund?