Robert Kiyosaki is at it again with another book titled Rich Brother Rich Sister – Two Different Paths to God, Money and Happiness.Â Did you know that Mr. Kiyosaki’s book “Rich Dad Poor Dad” has been on the New York Best Sellers list for the past 7 years?Â I’m one of the many who have [...]
This is another guest post by Kathryn who most recently wrote about feeding a family of 4 for $100/week.Â This time around, she shares her ideas on how to teach kids about money.
My brother and I couldnâ€™t be more different when it comes to how we manage our finances and yet my Dad was a [...]
Sprint Nextel recently settled a lawsuit over the early-termination fees (ETFs) on their contracts. I believe the it was over the fact that the ~$200 fee stayed flat even if you were on the last month of your contract. You can find details at SprintETFSettlement.com.
There is a whole bunch of legal-speak in there, but it would appear to me that anyone who was a Sprint customer and entered into a cell phone contract between July 1, 1999 and December 31, 2008 should take a closer look. If you click on “File a Claim” and enter your information, it will guide you to the award you are eligible for. You’ll need your Sprint/Nextel phone number at the minimum.
In general, it would appear if you were charged an ETF and can provide documentation, you can receive $90. Even if you didn’t cancel your contract, if it was because you were afraid of the hefty cancellation fee, you can get a check for $35 for each line.