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Credit Counseling IRS Non-Profit Status Revocations for 2011

The IRS has revoked its determinations of the following organizations as described in sections 501(c)(3) and 170(c)(2) of the Code.

  • Christian Credit Counselors International, Santa Ana, CA – 2-28-2011
  • Consumer Credit Protection Agency, Tampa, FL – 2-28-2011
  • Debt Serve, Fort lauderdale, FL – 2-22-2011
  • Falls Consumer Credit Management, Akron, OH and Saint Clairsville, OH – 2-28-2011
  • Harbour Credit Counseling Services, Virginia Beach, VA – 3-21-2011
  • Revive Credit Counseling, Santa Monica, CA – 2-28-2011

Credit Counseling IRS Non Profit Status Revocations for 2011
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  • Debt Relief Advocate

    Wait a second, I remember Harbour Credit Counseling. Aren’t they the same as American Payment Technologies that Debt Solutions Network utilizes for their payment processor who charges an excessive $199 set up fee and monthly fees to manage consumers set aside accounts????

  • Debt Relief Advocate

    Wait a second, I remember Harbour Credit Counseling. Aren’t they the same as American Payment Technologies that Debt Solutions Network utilizes for their payment processor who charges an excessive $199 set up fee and monthly fees to manage consumers set aside accounts????

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