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Association for Student Loan Relief Forms. Game On.

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For companies interested in selling student loan debt relief it appears a new organization has formed, led by noted debt relief attorney Robby Birnbaum of Greenspoon Marder. The group, Association for Student Loan Relief (AFSLR) is holding their first meeting in Las Vegas on December 12, 2013 at Mandalay Bay. Early sponsors of the association are listed as Greenspoon Marder, ... Read More »

Robby Birnbaum is Everywhere. Board Member of National Association of Responsible Credit Repair Advisors

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A reader sent in a tip about an association, National Association of Responsible Credit Repair Advisors (NARCRA). This group says it “is an organization dedicated to improving the reputation and quality of the credit repair industry.” – Source Ironically the reader didn’t mention anything about Birnbaum being involved. They just wanted to let me know about a new credit repair ... Read More »

USOBA Curtails Most Operations

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The announcement below was issued by USOBA this morning. It marks a change in the landscape of debt settlement company tree representation. While the United States Organization of Bankruptcy Alternatives will still exist, it will be in a much smaller form than at its peak. Get Out of Debt Guy – Twitter, G+, Facebook I am writing to let you ... Read More »

American Fair Credit Council (AFCC) Rumored to be the New Name for The Association of Settlement Companies (TASC)

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I received a tip today that earlier it was announced at The Association of Settlement Companies (TASC) conference in Las Vegas that TASC is going to be changing their name to American Fair Credit Council (AFCC). Let the rebranding begin. Get Out of Debt Guy – Twitter, G+, Facebook Read More »

The Association of Settlement Companies (TASC) Makes Move That Will Eliminate Members

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The Association of Settlement Companies (TASC) has just made an announcement below that will result in a significant reduction in their membership. Get Out of Debt Guy – Twitter, G+, Facebook Dear TASC Members, I want to update you on an important decision that the Executive Board voted on yesterday. We recognize these are trying times for our industry, and ... Read More »

United States Organizations for Bankruptcy Alternatives (USOBA) Announces No More Tom Foolery

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The United States Organizations for Bankruptcy Alternatives (USOBA) trade association has just made the following announcement. Smart move. Get Out of Debt Guy – Twitter, G+, Facebook Dear USOBA Member, The United States Organizations for Bankruptcy Alternatives (USOBA) strives to establish industry standards for its membership that both benefit debt settlement companies and protect consumers. We have worked hard in ... Read More »

What’s The Point of USOBA?

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In an era when it seems there is little need for multiple trade associations in a post-FTC TSR debt settlement world I’ve asked the question before what is the need for USOBA. Yesterday there was a conference call held by USOBA for member that was described as, “The call will be in presentation form by Robby Birnbaum on sales and ... Read More »

The Association of Attorneys for Debt Resolution Site

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A tipster (send in your tips here) just brought to my attention that the Association of Attorneys for Debt Resolution website is now active. See aadrsite.org. Contact information is: 18300 Montfort Drive Suite 135 Dallas, TX 75240 Phone: 877-686-2237 Fax: 413-793-1464 Email: [email protected], [email protected] Consumer Disclosure As part of the AADR membership information there is something called Attachment D – ... Read More »

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