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Am I Being Scammed by Consumer Relief Solutions? – Kent

I was offered a reduction of interest on my credit cards at a cost of $690.00 by consumer relief solutions which claim to save me $2,500.00 in a short amount of time. interest rates.

Am I being scamed?

I there a better way for free?

If so who can lower my interest rates for me?

Thanks for listening,

Kent

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  • Christys1

    they scammed me for $998.00 was suppost to get my money returned last  month. tried to call them yesterday  and the phone is no longer  working.  just great huh. now what??

  • Joan

    I was not helped out at all.  I paid $599 for their help and got absolutely nothing out of it!Now, I learned today that they have gone out of business. I wasted my money on crooks.

  • Jeffhiggins

    well, they helped me out quite a bit…saved me over $9,500 in interest fees…hope this helps

  • Jeffhiggins

    well, they helped me out quite a bit…saved me over $9,500 in interest fees…hope this helps

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