As more and more Floridians find themselves living in condo associations, a pressing concern has emerged: financial fraud committed by board members. For many unsuspecting property owners, the consequences of this fraud can be devastating. Tell lawmakers: it’s time to create a condominium fraud investigation pilot program.
High-interest loan companies want to charge us higher interest rates. This is a major concern, as it could lead to higher costs for families who are already struggling to make ends meet. It’s important that we prioritize responsible lending practices and protect consumers from predatory interest rates.
Floridians need to speak out against a new product the “Fintech” industry (financial tech companies) is peddling pushing in the Florida Legislature. They call it “Earned Wage Access” but it’s really just a high-tech form of an age-old business model: high-interest short-term loans: a “payday” loan by another name.
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Write your Florida lawmakers to support efforts to ensure a better financial safety net for Florida homeowners facing contractor fraud. By modernizing the Homeowners Construction Recovery Fund, we can protect residents from the worst consequences of bankruptcy and foreclosure resulting from construction fraud.
Write your Florida lawmakers: Support the bipartisan effort to give property insurance relief to low-income seniors in Florida.
This popular program from the state of Florida could help ease the property insurance crisis — but it’s not fully funded. Add your name to tell our state leaders to fully fund the My Safe Florida Home Program.
It’s Time to Investigate Evidence of Systemic Criminal Fraud to Cheat Policyholders out of Fair Insurance Claims After Hurricane Ian
Add your name to call on Florida state regulators and the state attorney general to thoroughly investigate accusations of insurance company employees tampering with insurance adjuster reports to the detriment of policyholders.
Write your lawmakers and tell them to support new legislation from State Sen. Jennifer Bradley and State Rep. Will Robinson to protect homeowners from predatory real estate practices.
Write Gov. DeSantis to tell him you oppose a dangerous new law targeting low and middle-income consumers with high-interest rate loans.