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Express Debt Settlement Big Changes. Lays Off Entire Site.

A tipster (send in your tips here) let me know there have been big changes at Express Debt Settlement. Among them, the layoff of their old website. The home page has now gone from this…

Express Debt Settlement Big Changes. Lays Off Entire Site.

to this…

Express Debt Settlement Big Changes. Lays Off Entire Site.

And it appears the entire site is now just that one page for visitors.

I wonder if this now spells trouble for the consumer owed the $17,000 refund? You can read that story here.

Express Debt Settlement Big Changes. Lays Off Entire Site.
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  • Damon Day

    Hey Steve,
    You can feel free to let anyone know I was the tipster :-) It still really burns me every time I think of that consumer that had 17,000 taken from her by Ari Dinov and did nothing but get her sued and her wages garnished while they pocketed the money and threatened to sue her if she asked for a refund again.

    I am sure the company was going down any way based on the way he does business and the TSR was just the nail in the coffin, but I of course like to think that you and I certainly did our part to get the message out and warn other consumers.

    Just do a search for express debt settlement scam in google

    I am guessing it was pretty hard to find new victims with the story about how they treated previous clients out there.

  • http://DamonDay.com Damon Day

    Hey Steve,
    You can feel free to let anyone know I was the tipster :-) It still really burns me every time I think of that consumer that had 17,000 taken from her by Ari Dinov and did nothing but get her sued and her wages garnished while they pocketed the money and threatened to sue her if she asked for a refund again.

    I am sure the company was going down any way based on the way he does business and the TSR was just the nail in the coffin, but I of course like to think that you and I certainly did our part to get the message out and warn other consumers.

    Just do a search for express debt settlement scam in google

    I am guessing it was pretty hard to find new victims with the story about how they treated previous clients out there.

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