Free Money to Pay Your Bills

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Information USA, 2003 - Reference - 772 pages
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Details numerous ways to get money from the government to pay for a variety of items, including credit card bills, medications, groceries, health care, travel, mortgage bills, property taxes, car repairs, and tuition.

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I was looking for some loan, and they called me saying that the government selected me to receive $65,000 grant. They told me I had to pay for their services
before the person in the government calls me within three days. They never called me and they still charged me for the service.
I complained to customer services, and they said I have no proof since they cannot hear any recording of the phone call.

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I would like to say that some how you got my phone number and after many nights you calling and getting me out of my bed and me asking over and over to remove my number from your calling list you still to continue to call my private home and disturb me. I am a disabled woman I am in a wheel chair and I can not believe the incompatance of the people you have doing the calling ..... My phone is even on the do not call list and you still continue to call me number and wake me out of my bed. Do you have respect at all. What does it take for you to STOP CALLING MY PRIVATE HOME?????I AM NOT INTERSTED IN THIS SERVICE I HAVE AN UNLISTED NUMBER AND YOU STILL CONTINUE TO CALL ME. I AM GOING TO REPORT YOU TO THE ONES THAT FILE CHARGES ON PEOPLE THAT CONTINUE TO HARRASS FOLKS IN THEIR PRIVATE HOME. I AM ASKING YOU AGAIN TO PLEASE STOP CALLING MY HOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

About the author (2003)

Matthew Lesko provides a much-needed bridge between the federal government and the consumer. His company, Washington Researchers, helps citizens locate government information on a wealth of subjects, such as the ratio of supply and demand for potatoes in a particular state and who, and how, to contact in government agencies to ascertain such information. Lesko has continued this consumer-aid role on the printed page, writing articles for such publications as Good Housekeeping, Industry Week, and the Washington Post. He has also written a great number of information-locating books for citizens, including Free College Money, Term Papers, and Sex (ed); The Maternity Sourcebook; IRS Secrets, Shortcuts and Savings; and Government Giveaways for Entrepreneurs. His Information USA (1983) won the American Library Association's Outstanding Reference Source award. In reaching the consumer, Matthew Lesko has also done radio call-in programs on National Public Radio and other stations. He continues to help individuals find information on numerous topics.

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