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Nationwide Support Services Sends Out “Don’t Be a Chimp” Email

A tipster (send in your tips here) send in the following email that was sent out by Nationwide Support Services.

Nationwide Support Services Sends Out Dont Be a Chimp Email

The “click here for product offerings” button lead to financialstrengthbuilder.com which offers the following services.

Nationwide Support Services Sends Out Dont Be a Chimp Email

Financial Strength Builders says it is TFG, Inc out of Las Vegas. It’s a minor technicality but there actually is no registered company called “TFG, Inc.” in Nevada. it is actually, “TFG, INC. OF NEVADA” and it is a California corporation with Joanne Garneau and Arthur Garneau listed as officers. – Source

I did find some references to the company. – Source

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  • Patchuli

    Debt Talk aka Nationwide is a SCAM.  Do not be fooled by these “chimps” as they are thieves! All the negotiating they do is your money into their pockets! 

  • ComplianceSlave

    I believe they are the marketing arm for LHDR

  • http://www.ftc.gov ComplianceSlave

    I believe they are the marketing arm for LHDR

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