Gerri Detweiler, host of Talk Credit Radio, interviews Spencer Cohn, a nationally recognized expert who helps employees collect the unemployment benefits they deserve. She’ll also talk with Credit.com’s Chairman, Adam Levin, about the controversy surrounding Elizabeth Warren’s role at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Plus, she’ll talk with ArcLoan’s Joe Kelly in her weekly mortgage report.
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Listen live from 2-3 pm EST, Friday April 1, 2011. A podcast will be available after the program to download or listen to online.
More about today’s guests:
- Spencer Cohn is a National Employee Representative, and for over twenty
years, he’s helped workers across the country fight their employer at unemployment
hearings. He’s a recognized expert in unemployment law, appearing on numerous national media outlets, a published author on the subject and creator of Beat The Boss television program which is scheduled to air nationally this year.
- Adam Levin is a former Director of the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs, Chairman and Co-founder of Credit.com and Identity Theft 911, and a nationally recognized expert in credit and identity theft. Through his regulatory experience, Mr. Levin realized the lack of reliable and accurate credit information available to consumers at the time. In response to this demand, Mr. Levin created Credit.com as a resource and online marketplace for solutions that help enable consumers to actively manage their credit finances.
- Joe Kelly is president of ArcLoan.com. Since 1997, he has focused his talents on development of mortgage strategies to help homeowners increase their savings and reduce their debt. One of these programs is the mortgage management program ArcLoan® (Automatic Rate Cut Loan). The ArcLoan® has been featured in national publications such as Money, Time, Kiplingerʼs Personal Finance, The Wall Street Journal, and the Washington Post and offers unique education and benefits which can save home buyers and home owners thousands of dollars in closing costs.
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