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Hero Reader Sends in More Evidence of B.S. 2010 U.S. Stimulus Plan

A reader and tipster (send in your tips here) just sent me this ridiculous example of a deceptive debt relief mailer. I’ve previously published examples of the 2010 U.S. Stimulus Plan mailer that has been sent out but what makes this so ridiculous is that the same consumer gets the same mailer about a week apart, both proclaiming this is the last chance.

So it’s not really the last chance, is it. It’s just a ploy using a deceptive mailer to fool consumers into thinking there is some government benefit they are eligible for under the 2010 U.S. Stimulus Plan, which is of course total bullshit.

The mailer is intended to fool

The exact same mailers, which bear USDR-1421C, appear identical, except for the dollar amounts and the telephone numbers to call.

“Hey, last week when we sent you this exact same mailer and we wanted you to call 877-839-1811 but this week we want you to call 877-992-5622.”

Classic.

At what point does this even become embarrassing for the scammers?

Hero Reader Sends in More Evidence of B.S. 2010 U.S. Stimulus Plan
Hero Reader Sends in More Evidence of B.S. 2010 U.S. Stimulus Plan

If you happen to get one of these mailers, post the telephone number on the mailer below.

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  • curbie

    After receiving at least 15 of these notices and my husband insisting that I call (because he totally believes it) THANKFULLY I found these articles to prove to him that this is a complete scam!  The number on my notice that must be responded to by 10/27/12 is 866-611-6636

  • Chwang615

    What did everyone do when they received this notice? Did anyone contact their state Attorney General?

  • Tromar

    1-866-370-4470 sent from zip code 92677

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/PNCAAFBPPMRFTOB4GHPDDW5W4I Terri

    got on today too phone number 866-417-7097 and this number a guy call and left on my voice mail 908-517-9315

  • Kary

    Got mine this weekend (5-5-12). It doesn’t say anything about the 2010 U.S. Stimulus Plan, just “Extension of Reduction Benefits”. I would like to know where the scammers get my supposedly confidential credit information! The number on my “Final Extension Notice” is 1-888-733-4795. My “Benefits” expire 5-25-2012

  • tgray

    I received this mailer with 1-888-733-4795

  • Ray

    1-888-733-4795 received today..

  • Stars2man

    1-866-945-1841

  • Spelvin051

    866-764-1087 (4/5/12)

  • jilly

    1-866-695-1774

  • Bigmo56

    877-202-8664

  • DianeLee

    So what is the correct number.  I don’t know which is real.  Help

  • Kleeusa

    Received today…phone # 1-866-931-1202

  • Gregjm69

    1-866-931-1202

    Another one

  • Michele

    I have also received a letter with the number of 1-877-992-5622.

  • Guest

    Glad I came across this website when I did a search for USDR-1421C.  The number on my notice is 888-791-4036.

  • Ladaskya

    I have received several of these letters.  This last one had this phone number.
    1-866-695-1774.  It said to call prior to 3-16-2012 or it will go unclaimed.

  • Barb

    866-629-3322is the number that was on mine.  =)

  • Dballey

    i just recieved a letter today with phone # 1866 318 8555 (3/6/12)

  • Scott Johnson

    Notice the Code USDR –  this mailer and company have no relatiosnship to us – We have been outspoken on these types of mailers

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