Arriving in United States as struggling immigrants from an Eastern block country, my... more
Arriving in United States as struggling immigrants from an Eastern block country, my family worked extremely hard to rebuild our lives here. I found myself helping them and immigrants like them disadvantaged by language barriers and lack of understanding of financial products and choices. It is ironic that people who can most benefit from financial advice are least likely to afford and receive ... view profile
As a San Diego native from a hard working family, I truly understand that even when... more
As a San Diego native from a hard working family, I truly understand that even when people are doing their best, sometimes they fall on hard times and need help. Even if you think you have a small issue, give me a call or send me an email and I might be able to find a way to help you. Even if you owe money, Debt Collectors are not allowed to be overly harassing and violate the law. I am happy t... view profile
Ms. Katie Knell received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration,... more
Ms. Katie Knell received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration, with a concentration in Management/Human Resources Management, from California State University Stanislaus in 2009. Ms. Knell graduated summa cum laude and completed her undergraduate degree in just three years. While at Stanislaus, Ms. Knell was vice president of the Society for Human Resources Management from ... view profile
Mr. Mashiri is a consumer advocate and his mission is to provide his clients with... more
Mr. Mashiri is a consumer advocate and his mission is to provide his clients with professional and cost efficient legal services. He is dedicated in providing personalized and affordable representation tailored to each client's needs.
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