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Where Do I Find Real Information on Getting the Obama Credit Relief Package? – John

“Dear Steve,

Where do I find real information on getting the Obama credit relief package that I have heard and seen advertised, or is it a farce?


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The Answer

Dear John,

It is all a big fat lie. There is no such thing. Recently I even wrote about mailers that had been sent out promoting some of these bogus offers. Read “Examples of Deceptive Official Marketing Sent Out By Debt Settlement Companies to Trick Consumers.”

Nothing has been passed that really changes programs available for consumers. Talk of late was about a repayment program that could help repay student loan debt but yet a very similar program already now called the Income Based Repayment program (IBR).

Don’t fall for the fake commercials and other fake advertisement you might seen. There is no Obama credit relief package.

Please update me on your progress by posting updates here in the comments section of your question. I’m very interested in how this works out for you.

Big Hug!

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  • Michael

    I just answered a call on our toll free line where the first thing I heard was “Do you guys participate in the Obama debt relief plan”?

    My answer:
    “You mean the one that doesn’t exist, but is a marketing gimmick to sell you something that you probably don’t need and certainly should not buy into”?

    “I am sorry, I am going to have to call you back when I have more time to talk”.


    Are people really responding well to false and/or hyped claims and advertising?

    Is blunt honesty really that bad for business?
    .-= Michael´s last blog ..By: Debt Bytes Admin =-.

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