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I’m worried US Financial Solutions is a scam and won’t stop calling me. – Kathc

I received a letter from us financial solutions about helping get my interest down on my charge cards.

now i’ve seen i can’t find any information about them and instead i’m finding they are a scam. the one guy there, called me to push me this morning.

i told him last week that i would call him when i had the chance. what do i say to him to leave me alone now?

thanks.

kathc

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  • Pat

    I received a letter from US Financial Solutions, 1718 M St., N.W #364,
    Washington, D.C. 20036 (Debt relief arbitrator # 888-583-0066.  Can you tell
    me if this is a SCAM?

  • Curious

    So question… is this truly a scam?

  • BF

    Hi,
    Against my better judgment I got pulled in to a lengthy conversation with the saleswoman.
    She was excellent!  I never signed anything but did give them a fair amount of information.

    I closed my checking account after they revealed that there was a $1700 charge which she was going to see if she could get reduced due to my hardship.  Should I cancel the cards on the the accounts I gave her?  I feel very stupid.

  • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

    We need to place this into context. The call you most likely received this morning is a followup sales call. The representative is most likely pushing to get you to enroll.

    I would suggest you be as polite but direct with them as possible that you are not interested in their services and to not call you again, if that’s what you want.

    The bigger issue is that you apparently have an unresolved financial worry or concern that is worrying you. What’s going on?

    Steve

  • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

    We need to place this into context. The call you most likely received this morning is a followup sales call. The representative is most likely pushing to get you to enroll.

    I would suggest you be as polite but direct with them as possible that you are not interested in their services and to not call you again, if that’s what you want.

    The bigger issue is that you apparently have an unresolved financial worry or concern that is worrying you. What’s going on?

    Steve

  • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

    We need to place this into context. The call you most likely received this morning is a followup sales call. The representative is most likely pushing to get you to enroll.

    I would suggest you be as polite but direct with them as possible that you are not interested in their services and to not call you again, if that’s what you want.

    The bigger issue is that you apparently have an unresolved financial worry or concern that is worrying you. What’s going on?

    Steve

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