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Fraudulent Lloyd Ward & Associates. – Kareb

My husband and I were not behind on our credit cards, but seriously in debt, and making slightly over minimum payments each month, and it would take us to the end of our lives to pay it off. Well, after consulting with a “smooth” talking lawyer at Lloyd Ward and Associates, we paid $3,000 – a fund taken out by the attornies PRIOR to any settlements being made – and after 6 nmonths have been served with 3 law suits, ruined credit and feel so stupid to have been taken in by these thieves!

There is no refund to us for any of the $3000 – I have reported them to the Attorney General’s Office – what further action to I have? Lloyd Ward PROMISED to work with the creditors for lower pay offs and the Lloyd Ward pays themselves first – we had NOTHING to pay creditors.

Do we have any course of action to any part of our money back?

Kareb

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