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Florida Debt Relief Scammer Appears Pale in Jail Uniform

Florida Debt Relief Scammer Appears Pale in Jail Uniform
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  • Steve Rhode

    Frank,

    In my book, debt relief includes any type of financial obligation reduction, including bankruptcy, mortgage modifications, tax relief, credit card programs, credit counseling , debt settlement, debt novation, etc.

    Steve

  • Frank

    Yes a “Bad Bad Man” (to say the least) what some with do to live in a mansion, drive a German sports car and own an overpriced boat. However, I do agree should correct the headline to “mortgage relief” not debt relief, debt relief already has enough bad press.

  • Frank

    Yes a “Bad Bad Man” (to say the least) what some with do to live in a mansion, drive a German sports car and own an overpriced boat. However, I do agree should correct the headline to “mortgage relief” not debt relief, debt relief already has enough bad press.

    • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

      Frank,

      In my book, debt relief includes any type of financial obligation reduction, including bankruptcy, mortgage modifications, tax relief, credit card programs, credit counseling , debt settlement, debt novation, etc.

      Steve

  • Steve Rhode

    Debt is nothing more than a pledge to repay money due with future labor. There are various forms of debt but all are the same premise. It makes no difference if it is a student loan debt, mortgage, credit card debt, boat payments, etc.

    A debt relief provider in my book is anyone who sells a service to intercede between the debtor and creditor in an attempt to modify terms of the debt.

    Steve

  • Robert Stevenson

    don’t you mean mortgage relief? Of course you can make the “argument” of Mortgage=debt, but it’s not even once mentioned in this article this way nor is it considered that in the debt world. O wait, the keyword is debt relief. gotcha ;)

  • Steve Rhode

    I’ve been in the debt relief world since 1994 and learned that a lot of the same bad apples just keep rotating through in new and different approaches. It seems they keep returning to doing what they know.

  • ComplianceSlave

    WOW what a scumbag

  • http://www.ftc.gov ComplianceSlave

    WOW what a scumbag

    • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

      I’ve been in the debt relief world since 1994 and learned that a lot of the same bad apples just keep rotating through in new and different approaches. It seems they keep returning to doing what they know.

      • Robert Stevenson

        don’t you mean mortgage relief? Of course you can make the “argument” of Mortgage=debt, but it’s not even once mentioned in this article this way nor is it considered that in the debt world. O wait, the keyword is debt relief. gotcha ;)

      • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

        Debt is nothing more than a pledge to repay money due with future labor. There are various forms of debt but all are the same premise. It makes no difference if it is a student loan debt, mortgage, credit card debt, boat payments, etc.

        A debt relief provider in my book is anyone who sells a service to intercede between the debtor and creditor in an attempt to modify terms of the debt.

        Steve

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