The Challenges of an Intern: Evidence Destruction

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According to the Washington Post, Mary Goddard, a former intern at the Sununu Youth Development Center in New Hampshire, says a supervisor suggested she destroy her notes and lie about a teen’s sexual assault allegation. Questions: What did the intern do? What happened to her supervisor? What would you have done as an intern? What… Read more »

Who Holds the Note? A Loaded Question for Credit Scores.

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Before Steven Marks started looking for debt relief on his Reno, Nev. home, he sent a simple request to Bank of America to ask who owned his mortgage.  He also wanted documentation of this.  What he got in return was an initial decline regarding who owned his loan by Bank of America and a lowering of his credit score. … Read more »