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Debt Settlement FTC TSR Ruling and Legal Model Informational Webinar by Tami Brown

If anyone attends this webinar and wants to post a comment about what was discussed I’m sure we’d all love to hear what the compliant plan is.

Debt Settlement FTC TSR Ruling and Legal Model Informational Webinar by Tami Brown
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Starts: Tuesday October 05, 2010 at 02:00PM EDT
Ends: Tuesday October 05, 2010 at 03:00PM EDT
Intended For: Debt Settlement Company Owners Only

Do not miss this opportunity to engage in a live interactive webinar regarding the recent debt settlement industry changes and the new FTC TSR rulings. Listen and ask questions on the most recent changes in our industry, plus learn strategies on how to position your company to avoid being affected by the new laws.

Hosting this event will be Tami Brown.

Ms. Brown is one of the founders and the former President of TASC. She often consults Attorneys, Business Owners and Lobbyist in the Debt Field. Her area of expertise is, but not limited to, compliance, profitability, cutting edge sales training and corporate management. Tami Brown brings over 15 years of industry experience and is very knowledgeable about the new FTC legislation. Ms. Brown has visited with the FTC regarding compliance issues and has in depth knowledge of the Debt Settlement industry issues. She has worked directly with state legislators and lobbyists to develop legislation in which our industry can thrive.

Here Are Some of The Topics Involved.

· FTC LAWS AND EXPLINATION OF THE NEW INDUSTRY CHANGES.
· COMPLIANT LEGAL MODELS
· HOW TO STAY IN BUSINESS, AND STAY COMPLIANT.
· HOW AND WHY WE ARE ABLE TO CONTINUE TO DO BUSINESS FOR YEARS TO COME.

These and a few other topics of your ongoing concerns will be discussed. This is a meeting YOU CAN NOT afford to miss.

FOR WEBINAR INVITATION PLEASE E-MAIL YOUR COMPANY INFORMATION TO [email protected] IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CONTACT JOHN ARREDONDO AT (954) 756-6174. THIS WEBINAR IS INTENDED FOR DEBT SETTLEMENT COMPANY OWNERS ONLY.

This event is for debt settlement company owners only. There will be proprietary information discussed and attendants will be required to sign a non-disclosure agreement.

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  • Free Legal Advice

    Your articles are always very meaningful and full of information. I will follow your site for more information.

    Thanks

  • Andy Faria

    Good morning DS worker,

    You direct your anger at this website, you’re anger should be directed at your bosses. They are the ones that decided profit trumps everything, including your job. They have put you on the unemployment line.

    It sounds like you need to request a meeting with them and discuss their decisions to close shop.

  • Steve Rhode

    I’m not quite sure who specifically your comment is directed towards, but if it’s me, I’ll be happy to respond.

    You say, “Why don’t you tell your readers about YOUR complaints from the FTC about YOUR BAD BUSINESS AND ILLEGAL BUSINESS practices.”

    I say, “Huh? What complaints?”

    You say, “You are so righteous about how bad the debt settlement companies are, just don’t forget to say hi in the employment line to all of the decent workers that you are working to get laid off.”

    I say, “Debt settlement companies have had years to clean up their act and stop business practices that have deceived consumers and resulted in massive fees but overall insufficient benefit. What did your company do to proactively change to a contingency fee model over the past couple of years in order to protect jobs?”

    Steve

  • Debt Settlement Worker

    You are so righteous about how bad the debt settlement companies are, just don’t forget to say hi in the employment line to all of the decent workers that you are working to get laid off. Why may you ask? Because you will have no source of revenue for your ads, if all of those companies go out of business. You are very hypocritical, and an ego maniac. Why don’t you tell your readers about YOUR complaints from the FTC about YOUR BAD BUSINESS AND ILLEGAL BUSINESS practices.

  • Debt Settlement Worker

    You are so righteous about how bad the debt settlement companies are, just don’t forget to say hi in the employment line to all of the decent workers that you are working to get laid off. Why may you ask? Because you will have no source of revenue for your ads, if all of those companies go out of business. You are very hypocritical, and an ego maniac. Why don’t you tell your readers about YOUR complaints from the FTC about YOUR BAD BUSINESS AND ILLEGAL BUSINESS practices.

    • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

      I’m not quite sure who specifically your comment is directed towards, but if it’s me, I’ll be happy to respond.

      You say, “Why don’t you tell your readers about YOUR complaints from the FTC about YOUR BAD BUSINESS AND ILLEGAL BUSINESS practices.”

      I say, “Huh? What complaints?”

      You say, “You are so righteous about how bad the debt settlement companies are, just don’t forget to say hi in the employment line to all of the decent workers that you are working to get laid off.”

      I say, “Debt settlement companies have had years to clean up their act and stop business practices that have deceived consumers and resulted in massive fees but overall insufficient benefit. What did your company do to proactively change to a contingency fee model over the past couple of years in order to protect jobs?”

      Steve

    • http://northeast-properties.com Andy Faria

      Good morning DS worker,

      You direct your anger at this website, you’re anger should be directed at your bosses. They are the ones that decided profit trumps everything, including your job. They have put you on the unemployment line.

      It sounds like you need to request a meeting with them and discuss their decisions to close shop.

  • Steve Rhode

    I assumed people would not disclose proprietary information but would have an opinion, impression, or overview to share.

  • Cool Guy

    “There will be proprietary information discussed and attendants will be required to sign a non-disclosure agreement.”

    –>Now asking people if they want to break a contract/agreement… that’s not very nice.

    • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

      I assumed people would not disclose proprietary information but would have an opinion, impression, or overview to share.

  • Cool Guy

    “There will be proprietary information discussed and attendants will be required to sign a non-disclosure agreement.”

    –>Now asking people if they want to break a contract/agreement… that’s not very nice.

  • Guest

    Well,what we all DO know about Ms. Brown is that she is the founder and primary opportunistic creator of the new AADR group. She has been doing a “webinar style” dog and pony show promoting the AADR group and the LHDR affiliate model. I’m sure that she will provide a very thorough “explination” of the current state of affairs while positioning herself between the floundering companies and their money.

  • Guest

    Well,what we all DO know about Ms. Brown is that she is the founder and primary opportunistic creator of the new AADR group. She has been doing a “webinar style” dog and pony show promoting the AADR group and the LHDR affiliate model. I’m sure that she will provide a very thorough “explination” of the current state of affairs while positioning herself between the floundering companies and their money.

  • Light

    Why is it that none of DSR Financial web pages will load?
    The cached version of the site provides little, unless you count the sizzle it is advertising for all the sales groups to be able to continue with business as usual.

    Why do people continue to look for loopholes to do business in a way that has been designated as abusive by state and federal agencies? It makes absolutely no sense.

    Attorney model – Shmorney model. It does not matter.

    Attorney’s who are willing to risk association with call centers marketing up front fee debt settlement services are either starving, unscrupulous, or stupid.

    Good luck with that.

  • Light

    Why is it that none of DSR Financial web pages will load?
    The cached version of the site provides little, unless you count the sizzle it is advertising for all the sales groups to be able to continue with business as usual.

    Why do people continue to look for loopholes to do business in a way that has been designated as abusive by state and federal agencies? It makes absolutely no sense.

    Attorney model – Shmorney model. It does not matter.

    Attorney’s who are willing to risk association with call centers marketing up front fee debt settlement services are either starving, unscrupulous, or stupid.

    Good luck with that.

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