Active Duty Borrowers - Are you paying too much interest?
MilitaryConnection.com and the consumer protection law firm of Girard Gibbs LLP have joined forces to ensure service members are not paying higher interest rates than they have to under the law.
The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) exists to protect your rights. Many loans taken out prior to active military duty can be capped at 6% once you begin active duty, including:
If you are paying MORE than 6% interest on a loan or credit card even after notifying your lender about your active duty status, contact the lawyers at Girard Gibbs for a free consultation. The firm's website also provides a step-by-step guide on how to request a reduced interest rate from your lenders. Girard Gibbs is a national litigation firm specializing in consumer protection lawsuits and has represented consumers, investors, and small businesses against some of the country's largest corporations.
For more information on your SCRA rights or for a free consultation,
Advertisement. This communication was sent on behalf of Dylan Hughes, Girard Gibbs LLP, 601 California Street, Suite 1400, San Francisco, CA 94108