Melaleuca CEO Frank VanderSloot Explains the Problem and the Solution
Real People, Real Stories
Below are real stories of hardworking Idahoans who were willing to lend their voices to support change.
It turns out the notices were being sent to the right address—but in the wrong city.
Unbelievably, the law firm is still moving forward with the garnishment even though Guadalupe is in no way responsible.
She was shocked to learn that instead of her regular $50 payment, her payment jumped to $325 a month—because she was one day late.
The dog owners said they would pay her medical costs, but then skipped town.
They were treated like criminals despite doing their best to communicate with the debt collectors and make payments.