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Personal Attacks, Debt Relief Marketing, How to Separate People From Money and More Stuff – Podcast

Here is this weeks podcast where Damon Day and I talk about a number of debt industry issues including:

  • Personal attacks against articles and stories written.
  • Why some people don’t want consumers to get honest or independent advice.
  • The reason why personal attacks are simply meant to misdirect consumers from hearing a message others don’t want you to hear.
  • We play some examples of debt relief marketing and talk about some of the statements made.
  • We chat about how people can make sure they can find the right debt solution based on their specific personal situation.
  • We play the second installment of The Homeless Project where I asked people on the street to answer debt questions.
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