Nebraska's Home Solicitation Sales law (Neb. Rev. Stat. § 69-1601 to 69-1607) , also known as the Three-Day Right to Cancel, applies only to sales made in the home or sales that occur in a location other than the seller's regular place of business. Locations not considered the seller's normal place of business may include temporarily rented rooms, restaurants, and "home parties." The law does not cover vehicle purchases.
Open End and Closed End Credit
Credit is a broad term that covers all sorts of financial arrangements. Generally, there are two types of credit: “open end” and “closed end.”
Open end credit is an ongoing extension of credit that may continue indefinitely, assuming neither party withdraws. Credit cards are the most common form of open end credit. As the consumer pays off the balance of the card, additionally credit becomes immediately available.
Safety Tips for Your Online Devices
That smartphone in your pocket – or your tablet, laptop, or desktop computer – contains significant information about you and your friends and family including contact numbers, photos, location information, and more. Your internet-connected devices need to be protected. Take the following security precautions and enjoy the conveniences of technology with peace of mind while you are on the go.
The kindness and compassion of our citizens are part of what makes Nebraska great. That kindness is in no small part reflected in Nebraska’s charitable sector, both by the work of Nebraska’s charities and the tremendous amount of charitable giving by Nebraskans.
Scammers often use telephone, mail, and email solicitation to lure people into their schemes, often by posing as legitimate businesses who contact a consumer out of the blue. One of the best ways to protect yourself against fraudsters is to cut off the ability of businesses to call you or send you unsolicited mail in the first place. Recognize the warning signs of scams and fraud, and cut down on unwanted phone calls and email, by following the steps below.
Anyone can become a victim of identity theft. The effects of identity theft can be devastating and take years to unravel.
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