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Kirkland Green – Scam, Complaint, Review, or Praise?

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  • Neural

    We have been with Kirkland Green since late 2009.  We listed 18 creditors with them, and to date we have settled with eight, saving around $6000 in the process.  The savings include all fees, so the $6000 is a solid bottom-line number.  There are two creditors that filed suit against us – they filed at the same time that we were setting up everything with Kirkland, so they crossed paths.  The good news is that our lawyer was able to work out a settle as well on those two accounts.  They have always called us whenever a settlement offer comes in, and I have had no problems contacting them.  Quick note:  They changed names to Global Client Solutions some time ago, which may be why some are having a hard time contacting them.  For us the experience has been very good, but we made sure to follow all directions, including letters to send and faxing them any letters we get from creditors.  We can go online and see every transaction on the account, and I have never had a problem calling them.

  • Neural

    We have been with Kirkland Green since late 2009.  We listed 18 creditors with them, and to date we have settled with eight, saving around $6000 in the process.  The savings include all fees, so the $6000 is a solid bottom-line number.  There are two creditors that filed suit against us – they filed at the same time that we were setting up everything with Kirkland, so they crossed paths.  The good news is that our lawyer was able to work out a settle as well on those two accounts.  They have always called us whenever a settlement offer comes in, and I have had no problems contacting them.  Quick note:  They changed names to Global Client Solutions some time ago, which may be why some are having a hard time contacting them.  For us the experience has been very good, but we made sure to follow all directions, including letters to send and faxing them any letters we get from creditors.  We can go online and see every transaction on the account, and I have never had a problem calling them.

  • GHB

    Amanda:
    do you still work for Kirkland Green? could you provide any more information regarding the company? i have a judgment against Kirkland Green and am interested in any info you have.

  • GHB

    Linda:
    i’d be very interested in hearing more of your story. have you had anymore luck? i have a judgment against kirkland green and am interested in any information that you can provide regarding your dealings with them. thanks.

  • Linda

    I signed up with Kirkland Green in December of 2009 and was told that I was fortunate as I had not yet missed a payment to my credit card companies and that all my creditors would work with Kirkland Green. I was told that not only could they settle my debt for much less than owed but that chances were very good that my credit would not suffer either (all BS) This turned out to be quite misleading. I had a conversation with Chase Bank and was told that they do not work with Kirkland Green because they take way too long to resolve any debt. I’ve paid in just over $4,300 and 1/2 of that has gone to pay fees to KG. None of the debts have been settled because its taken too long to accrue funds while paying their fees upfront. I have cancelled the 3rd party account and the contract with Kirkland Green and will pursue a full refund.

  • Linda

    I signed up with Kirkland Green in December of 2009 and was told that I was fortunate as I had not yet missed a payment to my credit card companies and that all my creditors would work with Kirkland Green. I was told that not only could they settle my debt for much less than owed but that chances were very good that my credit would not suffer either (all BS) This turned out to be quite misleading. I had a conversation with Chase Bank and was told that they do not work with Kirkland Green because they take way too long to resolve any debt. I’ve paid in just over $4,300 and 1/2 of that has gone to pay fees to KG. None of the debts have been settled because its taken too long to accrue funds while paying their fees upfront. I have cancelled the 3rd party account and the contract with Kirkland Green and will pursue a full refund.

    • GHB

      Linda:
      i’d be very interested in hearing more of your story. have you had anymore luck? i have a judgment against kirkland green and am interested in any information that you can provide regarding your dealings with them. thanks.

  • Barbara

    Gee…I’m beginning to feel nervous! I signed up with Kirland Green in April or May of 2009. In Oct. 2009 they contacted me regarding a settlement offer with one of my creditors, which they negotiated as soon as I had about 10% of the balance due amount on that card. They set up a plan for me to pay off that card for about 50% of the original balance (abt. 9K) and in March of 2010, that account was settled (for $4,500 paid over 6 months)). I received all kinds of confirming correspondence from HSBC reiterating everything Kirkland Green had told me. When the schedule was fulfilled, I received a final letter from HSBC saying we were now settled. It was pretty painless. I agree that there is frustration re: my larger of the 2 debts (abt. 16K) because I was told (today after an attorney called me!) that at least 20% of the balance needed to be in my account before they would begin the negotiations because the balance was so high; they said basing a negotiation on $1,600 against 16K wasn’t going to yield a settlement offer that was acceptable to me or them (which is true) and it wouldn’t look good for them to gain a reputation of “not accepting settlement offers” which would cause lenders to stop working with them. Frankly, I didn’t really give a crap about protecting their reputation but, also thought that the promise of a $3,000 downpayment on making a deal was more likely to be considered by the Bank than a $1,700 payment. I asked how much it would take in my account for them to contact my creditor…they said 20% would be doable. So, I asked what would happen if I scraped together the extra $900 plus my next scheduled payment and they said, when the funds were available they would contact the Bank. I guess we’ll see but, so far they’ve done everything they told me they would do (I hope I’m not headed for a let down!)

    • Amanda

      Barbara or should I say Ed FATASS Martinez who works for Kirkland Greene,

      This whole post smells like shit. Can’t believe anyone would believe this garbage! People, this is someone who works for Kirkland Green. They think they’re slick but I know nobody here is that stupid or would even believe the trash this “SUPPOSED FAKE CLIENT” is writing. Try again Crookland Green!

      • GHB

        Amanda:
        do you still work for Kirkland Green? could you provide any more information regarding the company? i have a judgment against Kirkland Green and am interested in any info you have.

  • http://kirklandgreenscanripoffs jeff hancock

    GHB, Kirkland green is a total ripoff company,they promised to reduce my total unsecured debt by 50 percent after setting up monthly payments with them. they were just taking my money each month and not talkling to my creditors.Telling me not to answer phone calls from the creditors after about 8 months I figured out they were not talking to anyone.They would tell me that they were not enough funds in my account to talk to my creditors.So I called them up and told them I was getting out of the so-called program, they would not give me back my money,so I filed a small claims suit at the local court house,kirkland green would not respond ,so the court house employee told me to file a default judgement against them they did not respond to that either.The people at the court house recommended that I talk to a lawyer and have them send a copy of my default judgement to the las vegas court house, have not done yet but I am going to do so very soon.

  • http://kirklandgreen-scan,complaint jeff hancock

    kirkland green is a scamming so called business, they have ripped me off about $2,800.00, before I realized they were not talking to my creditors, telling me not to answer phone calls from the creditors that I owed money to.So I have sued them in small claims court,they did not respond,so I had a default judgement filed against them ,they did not respond, so now I have won but I have got to hire an attorney to send my default judgement to Las vegas(court house) garnish them but they will also have to pay for my attorney fees 4-29 2010. So sue them through small claims court and get as much money back as you can.

    • Wendi

      I hear what you are saying, so true! How did you go about taking them to court, and did you quit the program before so? Please tell me,I am very interested in this topic with Kirkland Green.
      Thank you for putting this out there.

      • http://kirklandgreenscam jeff hancock

        well as far as taking them to court, all you have to do is go to your local court house and file a small claims suit,on this amount of money it cost me a total of $121.00 to do so, if them do not respond to the suit in 30 days, then the judge will rule in you favor, then the next step is file a default judgement, this is free of charge, included in the $121.00 that I paid, they have 14 days to respond and they did not.So since I do not live in the state of Nevada I will have to pay an attorney to send a copy of my small claims suit and default judgement to the court house in Las vegas and they will either garnish or make them pay in whole so the $2800.00 will be more because they will have to pay me the $121.00+ what a lawyer charges me .They actually need a CLASS ACTION LAW SUIT AGAINST THEM FOR RIPPING PEOPLE IN DIRE STRAITS.

      • GHB

        Jeff:
        I’m quite interested in your experience with Kirkland Green and specifically by what method they took your $2800. please reply if you are willing to share. thanks very much.

    • nely

      Im scare now after reading your comments, because i hired kirkland green to solve my debt too and is almost seven months and they are not doing nothing yet, everytime i call, they always said that they cant do nothing now cause they need enough funds in order to contact my creditors. what you think about this.

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