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Topaz Financial Services, Swiftrock Financial, & Mesa Rock Financial. Odd & Curious.

I’m not quite sure how this little article first began. What I can tell you is that it didn’t begin with me looking for any of these companies. But in my research I noticed something very odd, three debt settlement companies were advertising themselves as the “leader in debt resolution” but they were all using the same site layout and content.

Take a look for yourself.

Topaz Financial Services
Topaz Financial Services, Swiftrock Financial, & Mesa Rock Financial. Odd & Curious.

Swiftrock Financial
Topaz Financial Services, Swiftrock Financial, & Mesa Rock Financial. Odd & Curious.

Mesa Rock Financial
Topaz Financial Services, Swiftrock Financial, & Mesa Rock Financial. Odd & Curious.

What made me laugh really, really hard was that each of the companies claims to have the same guiding principles of honesty and integrity.

At [fill in the bank], we take great care in formulating our company’s guiding principles. We want our clients to have confidence that our company operates with integrity and fairness; that we hold honesty and accountability as essential foundations; that we believe we are here for the service of our clients first and foremost; and that we will strive for excellence in all we do. To that end, we wish to define those principles, as they pertain to our company, in such a definitive way that they will be a constant reminder to our clients and our staff and that we will adhere to these core values with the strictest standard.

1. Integrity-“the quality or state of being of sound moral principle; uprightness and sincerity.” (Webster) That means we will conduct our business with a high moral standard. We will never do anything that might diminish our reliability with respect to the principles governing our conduct.

2. Fairness – “adherence to a standard of rightness or lawfulness without reference to ones own inclinations” (Webster) We aim for this standard. In guiding our staff we strive for absolute rightness in all things.

3. Honesty – “a being truthful, trustworthy or upright.” (Webster) Our word as a company can be trusted because honesty is what we build our foundation on.

On top of that, each of the three companies says that they provide community outreach to three Christian groups. I’m afraid I’d have to chalk that up more to sales than sincerity.

What do you think? Can you trust a company that either apparently hides behind multiple identities or totally copies other sites?

Topaz Financial Services, Swiftrock Financial, & Mesa Rock Financial. Odd & Curious.
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  • Steve Rhode

    If you want to get your money back, follow this process.

  • ErikParker85

    They took me and my wife for about $2,000 before I cancelled because they were not holding up to their end of the deal. Tried to call and cant get any where. What a SCAM!! Sure wish I new a good lawyer. I’d like to have that $2,000 back to pay my bills. ErikParker85@GMail.com Thank you, if anyone knows how to help me get some or all of my money back lat me know!! Thank you.

  • ErikParker85

    They took me and my wife for about $2,000 before I cancelled because they were not holding up to their end of the deal. Tried to call and cant get any where. What a SCAM!! Sure wish I new a good lawyer. I’d like to have that $2,000 back to pay my bills. [email protected] Thank you, if anyone knows how to help me get some or all of my money back lat me know!! Thank you.

    • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

      If you want to get your money back, follow this process.

      • Jlatinapr2003

        spunds like you working for them to…

    • Jlatinapr2003

      Thinking I made a smart decision  over a 2 years ago I signed up with mesa rock financial services on a program that would get me out of debt in 3 years. They stated i was to stop paying my credit card bills and not talk to anyone calling me in regard to these bills. Every month they took the fee out of my personal checking account that was supposed to be for multiple purposes like paying my bills & negotiating settlements. Of course that never happened.   Well in 1 year they took me from a bad situation to something 10 times worse. None of my bills had been paid, I was being sued by 1 of the credit card companies, my home has a lien on it due to not paying the credit card account and a judgement that I was supposed to go to court for and never knew it was there.I must go on…   I e-mailed and requested cancellation of my account immediately with a full refund of all moneys that had been sent to to consolidate my cdebt. Well, they never called me. So  emailed and emailed and email and caled and called and no answer. I finally got a call from MR lepely which is a made up name to cover their ass who flippin out on me when i told him that he was to return all my money 5021.00 for a year of fees to provide a servcie I never recieved.  All of the sudden got all this personal attention  since expaliend that I was the wrong one to mess with. I ADVICE  YOU ALL THAT call AUSTIN OR HUSTON ATTORney GENERALS OFFICE AND THE BETTER BUINESS BUEARU FILE A COMPLAINT ATTACH ALL SUPORTING DOCUMENT. IF YOU LIVE OUT SIDE OF THE STATE OF TEXAS CALL YOUR LOCAL ATTORNEY GENERAL . THE MORE COMPALINTS THEY GET ABOUT

  • james harlodson

    I used to work for this company when they were Swiftrock Financial. This is a sales organization where the employees are 1099 independent contractors & work strictly off commissions. It is a high pressure sales floor with supervisors who really only care about a monetary bottom-line. The chief lawyer there is crooked as hell and the owner(s) are also thieves. Anyone who does business with them is setting themselves up for a serious and costly fall.

  • james harlodson

    I used to work for this company when they were Swiftrock Financial. This is a sales organization where the employees are 1099 independent contractors & work strictly off commissions. It is a high pressure sales floor with supervisors who really only care about a monetary bottom-line. The chief lawyer there is crooked as hell and the owner(s) are also thieves. Anyone who does business with them is setting themselves up for a serious and costly fall.

  • Ralphul

    they have changed their name again to hide from lawsuits and all the bad press. They are also known as orion processing and now World law debt. http://www.worldlawdebt.com

    has same address and all the same employees. Mr. Derin Scott (owner/president) is the biggest lying theif. He has collected of 40 million dollars of the back of the poor who are stuggling with debt. Moreover, has done this by enslaving employees and not paying them a living wage. He belongs in jail. I can’t wait for the the feds to lock him up.

  • Ralphul

    they have changed their name again to hide from lawsuits and all the bad press. They are also known as orion processing and now World law debt. http://www.worldlawdebt.com

    has same address and all the same employees. Mr. Derin Scott (owner/president) is the biggest lying theif. He has collected of 40 million dollars of the back of the poor who are stuggling with debt. Moreover, has done this by enslaving employees and not paying them a living wage. He belongs in jail. I can’t wait for the the feds to lock him up.

  • mike

    try to call “Fred” as he goes by. MAIL BOX FULL! LOL What a joke

  • mike

    I worked for Swiftrock here in Austin. They are ALL the same company. STAY AWAY!! ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK. Do a scam search on google. They tried to scam me out of 11K worth of commissions. These guys are shady to say the least.

    • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

      Did you ever get paid?

      Steve

  • Fred A.

    Curious? Not really. These companies are all owned by the same parent company who, rather than make new individual websites, basically copied the primary website and changed logos. Not really a good approach and, quite frankly, search engine un-friendly, but one that put three rapidly growing companies on the web to facilitate contact with clients and potential clients. As the new CTO of the parent company, I am proud to be charged with the redesign and subsequent unveiling of our new websites and customer contact portals as we go from admittedly sloppy to savvy and functional. I welcome you to look at our new designs, as they evolve, and provide further feedback. Any questions, comments or suggestions can be directed to me 512-539-4720. Regards, Fred

    • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

      Fred,

      Just out of curiosity, who is the parent company?

      Steve

      • http://www.chs-law.com Carl Starrett

        Interesting that they haven’t responded. They took $10,000 from one of my clients and did nothing. I’m about ready to file and adversary proceeding against them for one of my Chapter 13 cases once I get the plan confirmed.

      • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

        Carl,

        Keep me posted. I’ve noticed more proceedings against settlement companies.

        Steve

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