On today’s show, we’ll take a look at some of the new scams that popped up this week, and follow up on some issues relating to Identity Theft. I’m continually amazed that Congress is fighting patient privacy (www.patientprivacyrights.org).
I’m getting ready to leave for London and Cambridge to give a speech, so I’m thinking about ways to get my cash while I’m there. I’ll probably hit the ATM machine before I’m even out of the airport. I’ll talk more about this on the show this morning.
We’ll also be talking about how new home builders try to coerce home buyers into using their mortgage lender business partners, even if you can get a cheaper new construction loan elsewhere. HUD (www.hud.gov”>www.hud.gov) doesn’t much like that either.
Finally, an update on my Spring customer no-service situation — it’s resolved and I’ll tell you how on the show this morning. Yes, there were a few more hoops to jump through, but you knew that already.
As you can tell, it’s a packed show. I hope you can join us.
Folks, the ThinkGlink.com store is finally open for business. Go to the home page and click on the “store” link. We’ll be selling e-reports, e-books and giving away free books (you pay shipping and handling).
June 25, 2006