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Who Can I Trust For Help? – Ricky

Ricky

“Dear Steve,

There are hundreds of companies out there who all say that they can provide the same thing. My question is, can you refer one of the companies from personal experience, or are you simply looking for my information so that you can sell the lead to one of the hundreds of caompanies buying leads from landing pages such as yours

Ricky”

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The Answer

 

Dear Ricky,

Thank you for your question.

I think you will find that I almost never mention a specific company to contact. My job, as I see it, is to provide you with an understanding of the debt situation and the reality that will allow you to make the best decisions on who to contact for help and assistance. Best yet, by answering questions publicly it allows for people in a similar situation to discover the question and learn from the answer without contacting me at all.

There is no obligation for anyone to give me any personal information or contact information if they don’t want to and I never disclose the email addresses of people that write to me for help.

Big Hug!

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