• Child Tax Credit Payments Begin Today; Will Continue Throughout 2021

    For the first time ever, millions of Americans will be receiving a monthly tax credit payment beginning Thursday. This includes California families which could get up to $300 dollars per month, per child. Congressman Raul Ruiz held a roundtable discussion with local representatives on what is expected moving forward. The American Rescue Plan provides the […]

  • Federal student loan payments set to resume

    Federal student loan payments are set to resume on October 1, after an unprecedented 19-month suspension that was put in place to provide financial relief to borrowers during the pandemic. Borrower balances have effectively been frozen for more than a year, with no payments required on federal loans since March 2020, when Congress first authorized the pause […]

  • IID warns customers of ongoing scams

    Imperial Irrigation District is warning customers of ongoing scam calls, emails and in person contact demanding payments. “If you are contacted by anyone who threatens something like this, it is likely fraudulent activity,” said IID in a statement, “If your electric account is delinquent, IID will notify you—in writing—before your service is shut-off for non-payment.” […]

  • Imperial Irrigation District Mandatory Payment Plan Starts Wednesday

    Imperial Irrigation District power customers with certain past due debts will be automatically enrolled in a new mandatory payment plan starting Wednesday, and power shut-offs are set to resume for customers who do not fulfill their financial obligations. The plan, approved by the Board of Directors last month, affects past due customers who owed more […]

  • Imperial Irrigation District Warns of Fraudulent Phone Calls

    The Imperial Irrigation District Thursday said fraudsters have been reportedly calling IID electric customers, demanding they pay money over the phone or risk having their power shut off. IID officials warned its customers that callers will masquerade as district employees and threaten reconnection fees, legal costs and damaged credit reports if they do not pay […]

  • EDD: Misdirected Mailings of Unemployment Claims Due to Fraud

    (CNS) – Fraud is likely to blame for a Riverside County resident receiving more than 100 letters from the California Employment Development Department, even though he has no unemployment claims pending, officials said Tuesday in response to a lawmaker’s calls for an audit of the EDD. “It’s extraordinarily unfortunate that fraudsters tend to become much […]

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