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1st Choice Family Solutions – Scam, Complaint, Review, or Praise?

Please share your experience with this debt relief company and provide your review and feedback, in the comments section below.

The goal of this page is to allow people to share information that may be important to help others to make a more informed decision regarding their experience with this debt relief company. Here are some potential questions you might be able to provide feedback about.

  • How did you feel about the customer service experience you received?
  • Was the company easy to communicate with before or after you became a client?
  • Did the company respond to your communications promptly?
  • What were the fees charged for the services you received?
  • Did the company give you the terms and conditions for the program you were interested in before you gave them any personal information?
  • Was the program successful for you and accomplish the goals you had when you entered the program?
  • Did you have a really good experience you can share?
  • Did you have a bad experience you want to share?
  • Is there any other information you’d like people to know that might be considering the services of this company?

It is important to understand when reading comments below that they are the opinions of the individual posters and may not be representative of the overall impression of all consumers that may have or have not used the debt relief services of this company. But everyone does deserve to have an opportunity to express their opinion, even the debt relief company itself, be it good, bad, or indifferent.

Would you recommend 1st Choice Family Solutions to others?

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  • Amyrwaddell

    THEY ARE A SCAM!! They debited $ out of my bank account and never credited it back, they do not return emails or phone calls. SCAM SCAM SCAM… they are not part of any law firm at all do not go with them

    • Carrie5775

      Where did you do business?  Did they help you at all?

    • Dennis77630

      I am working with the owner/agent of the Arlington, Tx. office and have been very pleased up to this point. They do use attorneys for foreclosure rescue and I am working with an attorney from Fort Worth, Tx. I checked him out through the Texas Bar Association. All checks out so far. I am currently awaiting an answer about other fees if so. Let you know what happens.

  • Steve Rhode

    Which states do you personally provide this service in?

  • Ky

    I took a great deal of time vetting 1st Choice Family. Afer having been scammed by companies who claim to be able to modify your mortgage, I was very skeptical about getting involved with 1st Choice Family. In the end, it was wonderfully refreshing to find a company that was more concerned with helping people than selling a service or product. 1st Choice Family shares many of my core values that pertain to ethics, business conduct and people first!! I am now a 1st Choice Family rep and recommend the opportunity to anyone who needs help personally or looking for viable business opportunity.

    It is easy to sign up as an agent. There are some people who mistakenly think that working with the people who need your help is as easy as the sign up! Nothing could be further from the truth. By the time people come to us, they are frustrated and scared. They have most likely lost thousands of dollars with companies who have claimed that they could help and have gotten no results. They have been jerked around by their own mortgage companies or close to foreclosure. They need a great deal of hand holding and the opportunity to vent. So if you think you’re going to get in the business, make a fast buck, skip the company conference calls…then 1st Choice Family is not going to be the right opportunity for you.

  • Ky

    I took a great deal of time vetting 1st Choice Family. Afer having been scammed by companies who claim to be able to modify your mortgage, I was very skeptical about getting involved with 1st Choice Family. In the end, it was wonderfully refreshing to find a company that was more concerned with helping people than selling a service or product. 1st Choice Family shares many of my core values that pertain to ethics, business conduct and people first!! I am now a 1st Choice Family rep and recommend the opportunity to anyone who needs help personally or looking for viable business opportunity.

    It is easy to sign up as an agent. There are some people who mistakenly think that working with the people who need your help is as easy as the sign up! Nothing could be further from the truth. By the time people come to us, they are frustrated and scared. They have most likely lost thousands of dollars with companies who have claimed that they could help and have gotten no results. They have been jerked around by their own mortgage companies or close to foreclosure. They need a great deal of hand holding and the opportunity to vent. So if you think you’re going to get in the business, make a fast buck, skip the company conference calls…then 1st Choice Family is not going to be the right opportunity for you.

    • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

      Which states do you personally provide this service in?

  • Steve Rhode

    Glad you stopped by. Maybe you can go over to this post and provide some answers to some questions of concern posted by others in the comments about 1st Choice.

  • Justhere2serve

    Hello Angelladyone, I’m sorry you had trouble signing up with 1st Choice Family Solutions. I think the reason you probably couldn’t sign up was that you didn’t go to the agent’s personal recruiting site.

    If you go to the corporate site you won’t be able to sign up because they want the referring agent to get credit for signing up others.

    This is done to protect agents, which is the way it’s done with many other companies. As far as something to hide it’s not what 1st Choice is about. The CEO is a man of integrity,and he believes in helping people.

    The reason the company doesn’t charge a sign up fee is that they don’t believe in profiting from other’s dreams, and aspirations, unlike other companies out there. As far as the rep you were working with he may have been new,and didn’t know how to answer your questions.

    A lot of reps aren’t plugging into the training calls that are being held 2,3 times a week. I hope you will give 1st Choice a second chance, because they are doing some great things that are truly helping consumers. And providing individuals with a way to earn income.

  • Steve Rhode

    Keep asking questions. There is a lot to be careful of. You will notice that others here asked 1st Choice some direct questions which they have either been unwilling or unable to answer. A big red flag.

  • Angelladyone

    I talked to a rep abouting signing up as a agent. Went to web site will not sign me up.
    I talk to rep and said that everthing should sign me up. Does not seem a real business.
    They do not charge to sign up as a rep. What are they after? The man I talked to seemed
    like he had something to hide. I must wonder what this business is really about?
    I could get into a lot of trouble.They would not let me sign up any way maybe for the
    best.

  • Angelladyone

    I talked to a rep abouting signing up as a agent. Went to web site will not sign me up.
    I talk to rep and said that everthing should sign me up. Does not seem a real business.
    They do not charge to sign up as a rep. What are they after? The man I talked to seemed
    like he had something to hide. I must wonder what this business is really about?
    I could get into a lot of trouble.They would not let me sign up any way maybe for the
    best.

    • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

      Keep asking questions. There is a lot to be careful of. You will notice that others here asked 1st Choice some direct questions which they have either been unwilling or unable to answer. A big red flag.

    • Justhere2serve

      Hello Angelladyone, I’m sorry you had trouble signing up with 1st Choice Family Solutions. I think the reason you probably couldn’t sign up was that you didn’t go to the agent’s personal recruiting site.

      If you go to the corporate site you won’t be able to sign up because they want the referring agent to get credit for signing up others.

      This is done to protect agents, which is the way it’s done with many other companies. As far as something to hide it’s not what 1st Choice is about. The CEO is a man of integrity,and he believes in helping people.

      The reason the company doesn’t charge a sign up fee is that they don’t believe in profiting from other’s dreams, and aspirations, unlike other companies out there. As far as the rep you were working with he may have been new,and didn’t know how to answer your questions.

      A lot of reps aren’t plugging into the training calls that are being held 2,3 times a week. I hope you will give 1st Choice a second chance, because they are doing some great things that are truly helping consumers. And providing individuals with a way to earn income.

      • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

        Glad you stopped by. Maybe you can go over to this post and provide some answers to some questions of concern posted by others in the comments about 1st Choice.

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