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How Do I File With The Class Action Lawsuit For GCS? – Suzanne

I was told by Brite Solutions and Global Client Solutions that they could get me out of debt and I would only pay a total of 52% on the dollar, 40% to credior and 12% for them.

I was told by Brite Solutions and Global Client Solutions that they could get me out of debt and I would only pay a total of 52% on the dollar, 40% to credior and 12% for them. It is now Nov I started in March, they take money out of my bank account. They have not settled with anyone yet and say there is only about $600 in my account I asked where is all the money, They stated fees. How could there be fees if they don’t even know the settlement yet for their 12%, they haven’t even paid the small $400 dollar one. And on top of that I am being sued by Discover. How do I file for the Class Action suit?

Suzanne

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