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How Do I Cancel My Contract With Debt Defense Service I Just Signed Today? – Ed

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“Dear Steve, Owe approximately $35,000 to credit card companies . I’m 68 yr old on ss. I was paying until i assisted a family member. I am 5-6 month behind. I signed a contract with debt defense service today’ 1-10-13. I would like to cancel. How do I do that? Ed” Don’t miss our free Get Out of Debt – ... Read More »

I’ve Given Good Shepherd Debt My Money But It’s Hard to Work With Them. – Susan

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“Dear Steve, I have given these people $200 a month since January of 2010. They have resolved one of my seven debtors about a month ago but it was one of the smaller accounts. I am very scared now and wonder if I should get my money back while I can? Communications is tough as it takes several days to ... Read More »

How Can I Stop These Official Looking Government Mailings for Debt Relief? – CB

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“Dear Steve, Hi. I am getting mailings from services offering debt relief, etc. A lot of these mailings look like official government papers. I am working thru my debt and do not want to be on any more mailings. I recently did the opt-out with the credit bureaus and have mailed the companies that have sent these items to me ... Read More »

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