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Texas Man Sentenced to Jail for Foreclosure Rescue Scam

An Austin, Texas, man was sentenced yesterday in the Western District of Texas to 61 months in prison and was ordered to forfeit $84,010 for his role in operating a foreclosure-rescue scam in Southern California and elsewhere that charged distressed homeowners fees in exchange for fraudulently delaying foreclosure sales. Frederic Alan Gladle, 53, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Lee ... Read More »

    Bear Hunt Excuse Used in Update to Most Bizarre Debt Industry Lawsuit

    In March I wrote about the most bizarre debt industry lawsuit of the year. It involved Lloyd Regner and Kevin Devoto, guys that had a relationship with Lloyd Ward. In the last article on this matter, which is a must read, the case against Devoto and others by Regner was laid out. The case involved characters identified as “Convict”, “Charlatan”, ... Read More »

      Settlement Reached in The Mortgage Law Group and Underwater Property Solutions Suit by Arizona AG

      Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne has reached a settlement with Underwater Property Solutions, LLC (“UPS”), a Scottsdale, Arizona based mortgage loan modification service company that the State accused, in a consumer fraud lawsuit, of participating in a deceptive scheme designed to collect advance fees from consumers looking for assistance in obtaining mortgage loan modifications. In nearly all cases, it is ... Read More »

        Legal Helpers Debt Resolution Sues Global Client Solutions. Bloom Off That Rose.

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        On April 23, 2012 Legal Helpers Debt Resolution filed suit against Global Client Solutions and CDS Client Services. in Illinois. It’s just so amazing how far the once loving relationship between Legal Helpers and Global Client Solutions has changed. At one point people were concerned Global Client Solutions may have been bending over backwards to assist Legal Helpers Debt Resolution ... Read More »

          FTC Goes After Another Alleged Collection Enterprise That Threatened Consumers and Offered Debt Reduction Services

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          The Federal Trade Commission recently filed suit against Pro Credit Group, Brett Fisher, Sanders Legal Group, Sanders Law, Andre Sanders, My Success Track, Consumer Credit Group, Dale Robinson, William Balsamo and First Financial Asset Services. According to the FTC court documents, the defendants operated a common enterprise while engaging in deceptive acts and practices. They used an interrelated network of ... Read More »

            Scott Law Group Debt Settlement Litigation List Contains Some New Companies

            The Scott Law Group in Washington State has been VERY active in going after debt settlement companies that allegedly injure consumers. It appears some new companies have been added to their list of current litigation, The new companies include FBL Associates, Lifeguard Financial, Please Reduce My Debt, and Think Outside the Box Solutions. – Source Here is the current list ... Read More »

              Connecticut Forces Global Client Solutions to Make Sure Debt Settlement Companies Are Really Licensed

              Global Client Solutions, one of the major escrow companies that handles funds for debt settlement clients, was charged with being an unlicensed money transmitter by the state of Connecticut and then entered into a consent order to resolve the issue. According to the records, on November 30, 2011 Global Client Solutions received a cease and desist letter from the state ... Read More »

                The Resolution Law Group Sued Over Claims in Mailer by First Mariner Bank

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                It looks like another company marketing services against lenders has run into trouble as a result of their mailers. It’s somewhat similar to the claims made against another company, NHT Law Group. You can read that story here. It looks like mortgage lenders are going after these mass joinder like mailers more often. In the complaint filed against The Resolution ... Read More »

                  Debt Settlement Scammers Headed to Jail

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                  A couple claiming to settle debts and soliciting funds to do so was sentenced to jail last week. Monica Clune, along with her husband John, solicited the victims for debt settlement services. After receiving initial fees, the Clunes proceeded to collect money from the victims claiming they were obtaining settlements from creditors on behalf of the victims. After forwarding about ... Read More »

                    No Apparent Honor in Debt Settlement. Kevin Devoto Sues Lloyd Regner

                    Kevin Devoto and Lloyd Regner have appeared in a number of stories over the years. Generally they were associated with Lloyd Ward in some sort of related enterprise or lawsuit. But the tides have apparently turned. A tipster (send in your tips here) just forwarded to me a suit that was filed in Texas on March 12, 2012 by Kevin ... Read More »

                      Sameer Lakhany & Precision Law Center Halted by FTC

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                      At the request of the Federal Trade Commission, a U.S. district court has halted an operation that took in more than $1 million by allegedly selling homeowners bogus mortgage relief and foreclosure rescue products, including a scam that falsely promised to get help for homeowners who joined others to file so-called “mass joinder” lawsuits against their lenders. This is the ... Read More »

                        Ohio AG Files Against California Debt Relief Companies Who Did Not Give Refunds

                        On March 8, 2012 the State of Ohio filed suit against Nelson Gamble & Associates, Jackson Hunter, Morris & Knight, and Jeremy Nelson. The suit alleges that Nelson Gamble & Associates, a Colorado corporation, that said they were actually located at 18101 Von Karman Avenue, 3rd Floor, Irvine, California 92612. and Jackson Hunter Morris & Knight, a Nevada company, was ... Read More »

                          Precision Law Center Disappearance Solved. FTC Took Action.

                          Thanks to a tipster (send in your tips here) the mystery about what happened to Precision Law Center is not solved. According to the Precision Law Receivership site: On March 5, 2012, the Federal Trade Commission filed an action against Defendants Sameer Lakhany, The Credit Chop, LLC, Fidelity Legal Services LLC, Titanium Realty Inc., Precision Law Center, Inc., and Precision ... Read More »

                            Silverleaf Debt Solutions Hit With indiana Default Judgment

                            On February 10, 2012 Silverleaf Debt Solutions of Dallas, Texas was hit with a default judgment by the State of Indiana. Apparently Silverleaf Debt Solutions received this default judgment because they failed to respond to the Indiana inquiries. According to the default judgment against Silverleaf Debt Solutions, LLC entered, the company, Silverleaf, failed to “appear, plead, or otherwise respond” to ... Read More »

                              Indiana Going After or Looking at a Number of Debt Relief Companies

                              According to the Office of the Attorney General of Indiana, they are going after a number of debt relief companies and have filed recent suits. The Attorney General’s Office filed lawsuits against: Consumer Credit Group of Florida and Proactive Planning Solutions of Arizona for violating Indiana’s Do Not Call Law and Auto-Dialer Act known as the robo-call law. Both companies ... Read More »

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