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Financial Management Partners – Consumer Complaint – 5-24-2012

Consumer Statement:

I paid them $897.00 and they were to help me reduce the fees on my credit cards, so that I could pay them off quicker. I have asked them repeadely to refund my money and they said they would send it to me. I have never received it. I have tried to call them no answer. I have emailed a man by the name of Eric Pugh, he keeps assuring me that they are not a scam, but I see now that they are.

Consumer Action Taken:

I have emailed numerous times to these people. I don’t know what else to do.

Date This Problem Happened: January 26, 2012

State You Live in: Oregon

Race/Ethnicity: White

Age Range: 66+

Total Amount of Fee Paid: $897

Company Name: Financial Management Partners

Company Address:

1945 WEST CR 419
STE 1141-303
Oviedo, fl 32766

Company Telephone Number: 877-274-8238

Website of Company: financialmanagementpartners.com


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