By Jim Haigh, Keep Me Posted Nearly 180 million American workers currently pay into the Social Security system. But upwards of 150 million of them have not recently viewed an accounting of what [...]
Paper Communications Bridge the Digital Divide. So Why Are Companies and Policymakers Removing Them?
By Jim Haigh, Keep Me Posted If we care about closing the digital divide, we should also be concerned about the assault on paper options that millions need to cross over it. Over 11 years ago, [...]
By Jim Haigh, Keep Me Posted North America Consumers who followed our coverage of new U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) rules that allow employer-sponsored retirement plans to automatically switch [...]
Consumer complaints to Keep Me Posted (KMP) increased throughout the pandemic as service providers altered or removed paper communication preferences at an alarming rate. For years, banks, [...]
New debt collection rule substitutes email, text and social media messages for paper notices by Jim Haigh – December 8th, 2020 The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) gave an early [...]
If so, join our growing coalition of advocates for consumer choice in essential communications! Increasingly, many corporate service providers (banks, telecoms, utilities, etc.) are restricting [...]
This blog by Jim Haigh of Keep Me Posted was featured by the National Consumers League, a Keep Me Posted coalition partner. It was only last year that a whopping 86 percent of U.S. consumers [...]