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Is The Debt Relief Stimulas Plan a Scam? – Beth

I have significant credit card debt & am able to make only minimum patments.

I recently received a letter from addressee Debt Servicing Division, 1101 Pennsylvania Ave. NW6th floor Washington DC. It claims I am able eligible to take part in the US National Debt Relief Stimulas Plan. Is this a scam? The # they list is 877-805-9825. Thank you for your help.

Beth

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  • Damon Day

    Yes, it is a scam as far as I am concerned. Just another deceptive debt settlement company looking to collect whatever money you have left by selling false hope and unrealistic expectations. Just toss it in the trash. As far as I am concerned if you receive anything in the mail offering debt relief, just throw it away. They might not all be scams, but the ones that aren’t, still aren’t likely good solutions. If they are mass marketed like that, there is just a sales person waiting on the other end of that 800 number.

  • http://DamonDay.com Damon Day

    Yes, it is a scam as far as I am concerned. Just another deceptive debt settlement company looking to collect whatever money you have left by selling false hope and unrealistic expectations. Just toss it in the trash. As far as I am concerned if you receive anything in the mail offering debt relief, just throw it away. They might not all be scams, but the ones that aren’t, still aren’t likely good solutions. If they are mass marketed like that, there is just a sales person waiting on the other end of that 800 number.

  • Steve Rhode

    There is no such thing as a government sponsored debt relief stimulus plan. It’s all marketing hype to sell you some debt relief program. If anyone is trying to sell you help using an sort of government looking program, run away.

  • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

    There is no such thing as a government sponsored debt relief stimulus plan. It’s all marketing hype to sell you some debt relief program. If anyone is trying to sell you help using an sort of government looking program, run away.

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