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FBL Associates Referred Me to Evan Kagan to Eliminate My Debt. – Annete

I have been reading about Evan Kagan Legal Debt Agreement to settle some debt with the creditors. I have yet to speak just to 3 party in the firm when i call them, leave messages and no answer, or they will get back to me, same day or in 24 hours but my knowelge i have no answer. Is this Law firm trustwordy? And why the fight with FBL? They are the one who reffer me to Evan Kagan. Should i withdraw from this Firm? or give them the benifit of a doubt.?

i have made an agreement with Evan Kagan Law Firm refer to me by FBL. Should i trust them since they are only been in business for 4 years. how trusted is this firm? And what the relation with FBL. They get my information and send to Kagan Law Firm. Please let me know. thank you.

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  • Steve Rhode

    Removed from your credit report? Make sure you don’t apply for credit in the future using that credit report then. It could be considered credit fraud if negative but accurate information was removed.

  • Gjcruz

    I have been a client of the consumer debt legal group since august 2010. I enrolled 6 credit cards and was told it would take 18 months to wipe the debt and tradelines off of my credit report. It hasnt been even 12 months yet and 4 out of the 6 cards have cleared from my credit report as well as the balances without having to do any settlements. To make a long story short the last 2 cards should be done before the 18 months, so i would STRONGLY sugggest the consumer debt legal group if you need help with credit cards.

  • Gjcruz

    I have been a client of the consumer debt legal group since august 2010. I enrolled 6 credit cards and was told it would take 18 months to wipe the debt and tradelines off of my credit report. It hasnt been even 12 months yet and 4 out of the 6 cards have cleared from my credit report as well as the balances without having to do any settlements. To make a long story short the last 2 cards should be done before the 18 months, so i would STRONGLY sugggest the consumer debt legal group if you need help with credit cards.

    • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

      Removed from your credit report? Make sure you don’t apply for credit in the future using that credit report then. It could be considered credit fraud if negative but accurate information was removed.

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