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Square One Debt Settlement Review

Address:

Square One Debt Settlement LLC
1551 Sawgrass Corp. Pkwy, Suite 440
Sunrise, FL 33323
877-874-1236
866.330.1496 Fax

Website:

SquareOneDebt.com
DebtSettlementBranchOffice.com

Description:

Square One Debt Settlement is an innovative debt negotiation company that was founded to help people regain control of their personal finances. – Source

Square One Debt Settlement LLC cannot force the negotiations and cannot force creditors to accept a settlement. Square One Debt Settlement LLC does not make regular monthly payments to your creditors. Your creditors may continue collection efforts on delinquent accounts while you are enrolled in a Debt Settlement Program. Such collection efforts can include phone calls and letters to you, charging off the account, sending accounts to collection agencies or attorneys, lawsuits and even garnishments of your wages if a judgment has been obtained Square One Debt Settlement LLC no claim that it will be able to stop these collection activities. These activities may continue while Square One Debt Settlement LLC is making its best efforts to negotiate your debt. – Source

Management

David L. Prince, David Laurence Prince – David Prince is a lawyer eligible to practice in Florida.

Contacts

[email protected]
[email protected]
Jamie McKay

Relationships

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Nitro Debt Relief is the marketing arm of Square One Debt. – Source

Adam Prince – Brother is alleged to be involved with David in this enterprise. But Adam Prince is also part of Square One Debt Solutions, LLC. Now where it gets very confusing is that Nitro Debt Relief claims to be the marketing arm for Square One Debt but the logo on the Nitro Debt Relief site says Square One Debt Settlement. – Source

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The managers of Square One Debt Solutions, LLC are Anthony Marcello, Bryon Kappes, Walter marsh, and Adam Prince. – Source

Anthony Marcello, Founder of Nitro Debt Relief. – Source. There is no registered company in Florida as of 2-24-2010 under the name of Nitro Debt Relief and the NitroDebt.com domain name is owned by Square One Debt Solutions, LLC and yet identifies itself, Nitro Debt, as part of Square One Debt Settlement, a company owned by David Price.

Square Debt Settlement began as Square One Debt Settlement, Inc. and then latter converted over to Square One Debt Settlement, LLC. The original founding partners were David L. Prince as president, Sasha A Katz as VP, and Eric Katz as director. – Source.

Interesting Points

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Square One Debt Settlement seems to be focused on sales and selling debt settlement opportunities.

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Marketing Message to Sell Debt Settlement Business Opportunity

Debt Settlement Net Branch Office – Start Up Affiliate Opportunity

WHY SQUARE ONE DEBT SETTLEMENT NET BRANCH OFFICE?

We never forget this is your business and we give you the freedom to set your own pricing structure. Unlike others in our industry, we never charge an account set up fee, monthly maintenance fees or any other junk fees.

We also stand above the rest by not competing with our affiliates. We work exclusively as a debt settlement back end service provider. This allows us to fully focus on providing superior debt settlement back end services.

Our company mission is to offer you the very best in customer service and negotiation services, making sure your clients get the most out of the program.

SQUARE ONE IS YOUR TURNKEY SOLUTION TO DEBT SETTLEMENT!

STAY IN CHARGE

CUSTOM PROGRAMS: We offer debt settlement programs from 12-48 months, allowing you to custom tailor a program to fit your client’s needs.

FLEXIBILITY COUNTS: You can sell under the Square One Debt Settlement brand, or if you prefer, you are free to develop and market your own brand name.

From helping to set up your office, to training your sales force, we are your partner every step of the way. We work hard to build long-term relationships with our business affiliates.

RELIABLE INFORMATION: A proud member of TASC, Square One keeps its well-informed staff current with the latest changes in the fluid landscape of debt settlement. Spreading that information to our affiliates and having the flexibility to keep our program responsive, keeps us ahead of the curve.

We also have a hotline and publish a newsletter to keep our affiliates up to date with the latest legal updates. Additionally, we provide helpful marketing tips and ideas to help you grow your business.

OUR SUCCESS DEPENDS ON YOURS!

If you are interested in entering the debt settlement arena and are looking for a turnkey debt settlement net branch office solution, Square One Debt Settlement is your complete netbranch and back end solution. – Source

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  • Diane Iffland

    Con-Artists at their best. Lost close to $2000.. They did nothing but tell us they had everything under control totally time and time again. We found out from our creditors through correspondence that Square One was doing nothing. We informed Square One of what our creditors told us. A Bryan Anderson told us we would get a full refund.  We sent in release form and they never were paid a cent.. They even attempted to draw money from our bank account after they agreed to give us back all our money. A Bryan Anderson, Chief Operations Officer was always reassuring us that Square One would take care of everything because this was their expertise, convincing us time and time again that they would take care of our creditors and we shouldn’t get involved anymore. He obviously told us that because he didn’t want us to find out that they did absolutely nothing other than steal our money. Finally Bryan Anderson became rude and outright abusive over the phone to us. He suggested in his wise guy tone that he had the upper hand, the scam was successful and he didn’t want to be bothered by us anymore. More or less, “ha, ha you can’t do anything and we have your money”. Square One Debt Settlement are impudent heartless scam artists and they flaunt it after they rip you off .  I believe we truly experienced the heartless parasites that feed off our society and we will never forget it.

  • Diane Iffland

    Con-Artists at their best. Lost close to $2000.. They did nothing but tell us they had everything under control totally time and time again. We found out from our creditors through correspondence that Square One was doing nothing. We informed Square One of what our creditors told us. A Bryan Anderson told us we would get a full refund.  We sent in release form and they never were paid a cent.. They even attempted to draw money from our bank account after they agreed to give us back all our money. A Bryan Anderson, Chief Operations Officer was always reassuring us that Square One would take care of everything because this was their expertise, convincing us time and time again that they would take care of our creditors and we shouldn’t get involved anymore. He obviously told us that because he didn’t want us to find out that they did absolutely nothing other than steal our money. Finally Bryan Anderson became rude and outright abusive over the phone to us. He suggested in his wise guy tone that he had the upper hand, the scam was successful and he didn’t want to be bothered by us anymore. More or less, “ha, ha you can’t do anything and we have your money”. Square One Debt Settlement are impudent heartless scam artists and they flaunt it after they rip you off .  I believe we truly experienced the heartless parasites that feed off our society and we will never forget it.

  • Asianhigirl22

    Best of luck to you and your husband. I was also in similar situation. I finally hired an attorney to file for bankruptcy, who charged a lot and who also turned out to be a crooked attorney, but I finally got a full refund back, after filing a letter with the Bar Association in the State he was licensed to practice in (I found out he was not licensed to practice in Hawaii, but rather in Indiana…go figure!). I have learned my lesson to “review” anything and anyone online before I make that kind of stupid mistakes again. I will not trust anyone or any company until I do a full review of them first.

    FYI: you can file your own bankruptcy and ask for the court fees to be waived, but I hear the paper work is horrendous, but if you feel you can do it on your own, then go for it. Another alternative, which I chose, is to hire a paralegal who do this. Keep in mind, not all paralegals do this, but some do it to make extra money on the side and they will assist you in having the court fee waived, which cost around $300 to $400 here in Hawaii.

    Another thing: You don’t need an attorney to file for bankruptcy. You just need to know that laws about filing for bankruptcy. There are many online sources you can find online about bankrupcy, or just type in your question in the url and see where it takes you.

    It is never easy going through this process, and like you, I never planned to go this route, but everyone does things for their own reasons and not for anyone to judge you for making this decision. For me, I figured my credit is already screwed by assholes like Square One, so why shouldn’t I? It honestly was not my intent to not pay my bills but I am a single mother or 3 with a good State job, however, I am also faced with the State’s stupid mandatory 2 day a month furlough, so that’s over $300 less a paycheck for me, and I get NO child support, while I still battle for child support in court for the past 3 years.

    So….take it from me, don’t stress yourself out. We all have bills and we will never get away from paying our bills…that’s just life. Just do your best, what you can do. There is always someone out there with problems worse than yours (not saying mine is worse than yours), but no one else pays your bills for you, so don’t let anyone tell you what to do. Financial issues can and will put a strain on your marriage as well. Been there, done that with my first hubby. That’s why I divorced him as he was living off of me and my income. Learn to be patient with your spouse. Communication is the key to success. Talk things over with your spouse and come up with alternative plans that you can both agree upon and work through together.

    Good luck and God Bless. Aloha

  • Asianhigirl22

    I live in Hawaii and also got involved with Square One, who’s stories of all of the above reflect my own very first personal experience. I am now in the process of bankruptcy, as well as screwed up my credit history because of those assholes! I did not want to file for bankruptcy as I had every good intention to pay back what I owed to the creditors, but Square One forced me into this and I lost a lot of money, trusting them. I will never, EVER work with another debt counseling service again because I cannot trust anyone with my money. DO NOT GO WITH THIS COMPANY. THEY ARE CHEATERS, FRAUDULENT AND HAS IN NO WAY HELPED MY SITUATION, ONLY MADE MATTERS WORSE! IF YOU CHOOSE OTHERWISE, YOU WILL BE SCREWED LIKE THE REST OF US, SO GOOD LUCK! Your best answer is to call your creditors and work out a payment plan with each of them. Most do want to help, but if they don’t then tell them you cannot help but to file for bankruptcy. That will get them worried as they won’t be getting paid at all! Best of luck! Aloha

  • Asianhigirl22

    I live in Hawaii and also got involved with Square One, who’s stories of all of the above reflect my own very first personal experience. I am now in the process of bankruptcy, as well as screwed up my credit history because of those assholes! I did not want to file for bankruptcy as I had every good intention to pay back what I owed to the creditors, but Square One forced me into this and I lost a lot of money, trusting them. I will never, EVER work with another debt counseling service again because I cannot trust anyone with my money. DO NOT GO WITH THIS COMPANY. THEY ARE CHEATERS, FRAUDULENT AND HAS IN NO WAY HELPED MY SITUATION, ONLY MADE MATTERS WORSE! IF YOU CHOOSE OTHERWISE, YOU WILL BE SCREWED LIKE THE REST OF US, SO GOOD LUCK! Your best answer is to call your creditors and work out a payment plan with each of them. Most do want to help, but if they don’t then tell them you cannot help but to file for bankruptcy. That will get them worried as they won’t be getting paid at all! Best of luck! Aloha

  • Crey

    I would include all the negative comments here, do not even call them, they rip you off and they do not even call your creditors, they made my life more miserable!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Crey

    I would include all the negative comments here, do not even call them, they rip you off and they do not even call your creditors, they made my life more miserable!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Steve Rhode

    jaime,

    Nobody wants your used stuff. The fear of the unknown is totally normal but rather than suffer from the stress, I would suggest you read this about bankruptcy and find a local attorney.

    Once you get the facts you will find the process is far easier than your imagination makes it out to be.

    Steve

  • Jaime

    Been using a debt settlement program, Square One Debt Settlement. Now I am backed up against the wall with currently (and new-in the past 4 days) 2 “almost suits” by two of my creditors. My husband and I are considering bankruptcy, chapter 7. We have roughly about $15,000-$20,000 in debt. That all includes credit cards and a loan. This all started when my husband lost his job last year and we were using credit cards to buy groceries, gas, diapers, and I had to support a family of 4. Luckily, he has a job now. But I feel like we are still re-hashing from that time. That is why I consulted with a debt settlement company. Now I know which was a scam.

    I find myself all over the internet researching all about Bankruptcy. But when it comes to estimating my possesions, I want to know if I will lose my couch, tv, dining room table? I mean my life will go on without my tv, but how does this all work? Will they take my car? I have been current on that. What will I lose when my husband and I file chapter 7?

    I am so nervous, scared and clueless.

    Having shortness of breath…

    Jaime

  • Jaime

    Been using a debt settlement program, Square One Debt Settlement. Now I am backed up against the wall with currently (and new-in the past 4 days) 2 “almost suits” by two of my creditors. My husband and I are considering bankruptcy, chapter 7. We have roughly about $15,000-$20,000 in debt. That all includes credit cards and a loan. This all started when my husband lost his job last year and we were using credit cards to buy groceries, gas, diapers, and I had to support a family of 4. Luckily, he has a job now. But I feel like we are still re-hashing from that time. That is why I consulted with a debt settlement company. Now I know which was a scam.

    I find myself all over the internet researching all about Bankruptcy. But when it comes to estimating my possesions, I want to know if I will lose my couch, tv, dining room table? I mean my life will go on without my tv, but how does this all work? Will they take my car? I have been current on that. What will I lose when my husband and I file chapter 7?

    I am so nervous, scared and clueless.

    Having shortness of breath…

    Jaime

    • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

      jaime,

      Nobody wants your used stuff. The fear of the unknown is totally normal but rather than suffer from the stress, I would suggest you read this about bankruptcy and find a local attorney.

      Once you get the facts you will find the process is far easier than your imagination makes it out to be.

      Steve

    • Asianhigirl22

      Best of luck to you and your husband. I was also in similar situation. I finally hired an attorney to file for bankruptcy, who charged a lot and who also turned out to be a crooked attorney, but I finally got a full refund back, after filing a letter with the Bar Association in the State he was licensed to practice in (I found out he was not licensed to practice in Hawaii, but rather in Indiana…go figure!). I have learned my lesson to “review” anything and anyone online before I make that kind of stupid mistakes again. I will not trust anyone or any company until I do a full review of them first.

      FYI: you can file your own bankruptcy and ask for the court fees to be waived, but I hear the paper work is horrendous, but if you feel you can do it on your own, then go for it. Another alternative, which I chose, is to hire a paralegal who do this. Keep in mind, not all paralegals do this, but some do it to make extra money on the side and they will assist you in having the court fee waived, which cost around $300 to $400 here in Hawaii.

      Another thing: You don’t need an attorney to file for bankruptcy. You just need to know that laws about filing for bankruptcy. There are many online sources you can find online about bankrupcy, or just type in your question in the url and see where it takes you.

      It is never easy going through this process, and like you, I never planned to go this route, but everyone does things for their own reasons and not for anyone to judge you for making this decision. For me, I figured my credit is already screwed by assholes like Square One, so why shouldn’t I? It honestly was not my intent to not pay my bills but I am a single mother or 3 with a good State job, however, I am also faced with the State’s stupid mandatory 2 day a month furlough, so that’s over $300 less a paycheck for me, and I get NO child support, while I still battle for child support in court for the past 3 years.

      So….take it from me, don’t stress yourself out. We all have bills and we will never get away from paying our bills…that’s just life. Just do your best, what you can do. There is always someone out there with problems worse than yours (not saying mine is worse than yours), but no one else pays your bills for you, so don’t let anyone tell you what to do. Financial issues can and will put a strain on your marriage as well. Been there, done that with my first hubby. That’s why I divorced him as he was living off of me and my income. Learn to be patient with your spouse. Communication is the key to success. Talk things over with your spouse and come up with alternative plans that you can both agree upon and work through together.

      Good luck and God Bless. Aloha

  • sucker

    Here is another follow up on the Square One alter ego sham law firm “Credit Advocates.” I read the articles and there was an attorney named David Philips. Now, this guy appears to be the real-deal as I Google his name and founds several articles. Now, David Philips is gone, or more likely bolted, David Prince replaced him with Deborah Baker. Here is the other SCAM – Deborah Baker (this new attorney) still really works with Lipscomb, Brady & Eisenberg, a Miami law firm. THIS IS ALL A SHAM!!!! Really, is the florida bar or the state of florida going to do something???????

  • Sucker

    In a newspaper on the website I read David Prince created a scam law firm called “credit advocates”. so let me understand. he created a fake law firm that is really debt settlement company. when i looked at his website he is charging $99 a month and 1/3 of the money that he saves you. that is crazy. is anyone going to fall for this. i guess becuase he is an attorney no one can do anything.

  • Janice

    SQUARE ONE is a big RIP OFF!!!!!!!!. SQUARE ONE LIED about stopping the creditors from calling,they called my home 30-40 times daily. I lost 1,200 to those LIARS

  • Dave

    They take your money and do nothing for you. Took over $2,000 of our money before we quit them. We use Consumer Credit Counseling now and our creditors said that was a good deal.

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