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Smells Like a Scam

I’m a Victim of the Fake Money Order Scam. What Can I Do? – Emmanuel

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“Dear Steve, Hi. I am a eighteen year old student who just recently started college. I have a big problem and I don’t know what to do. I recently took a a job online. I was told I was going to get paid $300 dollars. The boss at the time sent my three money order checks of 900 ($2700). I ... Read More »

What’s Your Advice About Using Novation for Debt Elimination? – Melissa

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“Hello Steve, I’m doing some research on paying of debt and I came across your website. I’m hoping you can give me some sound advice. I am 31 years old, single with $19K in unsecured credit card debt. I’m sure my story is just as sob as anyone elses, so I won’t bother sharing it. The bottom line is that ... Read More »

A Debt Collector Keeps Calling Me From 212-500-0839 And Says I’ll Be Arrested. – Lavern

“Dear Steve, What should I do if a collection company won’t give me their address? The guy that called was Jeff Parker (212) 500-0839. The message he left was that there were papers filed under my SS# at the New York City court and I needed to contact them right away. He first told me that he was from a ... Read More »

I’m Enrolled With CCDN and Freedom From Debt Alliance. Are They a Scam? – Curtis

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“Dear Steve, I currently have $130,000 in Credit Card Debt and a $200,000 line of credit that I cannot pay back. I have other assorted other unsecured debt of $10,000 and Student loans of over $50,000. My wife and I make about $130,000 gross and have a $205,000 mortgage. We are enrolled with CCDN and the Freedom From Debt Alliance ... Read More »

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