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Imperial Structured Settlements – Debt Relief Television Commercial

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Commercial Name: Get Paid Now Record Date: 12-02-2010 Network/Channel: Retro TV Description: Offers to pay lump sum for structured settlements to “convert” your long term payout into cash now to pay bills. [quicktime]http://getoutofdebt.org/member/video/ImperialStructuredSettlement-20101202.mov[/quicktime] The debt relief commercial above is presented only as an example and archive of debt relief marketing and NOT AS AN ENDORSEMENT by this site. The commercial ... Read More »

Oasis Legal Finance – Debt Relief Television Commercial

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Commercial Name: Oasis Legal Finance Record Date: 11-26-2010 Network/Channel: Retro TV Description: Oasis Legal Finance is said to be a way to pay bills and help makes ends meet. Not sure what consumer needs to give up to have cash now. Nothing presented that describes the “true cost” or discount consumer will incur. [quicktime]http://getoutofdebt.org/member/video/OasisLegalFinance-20101126.mov[/quicktime] The debt relief commercial above is ... Read More »

Peachtree Settlement Funding – Debt Relief Television Commercial

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Commercial Name: Peachtree Settlement Funding Record Date: 11-15-2010 Network/Channel: Jerry Springer Description: Encourages people that need cash now to pay bills, save home or makes ends meet, to cash in their annuity or structured settlement. 800-706-4308 [quicktime]http://getoutofdebt.org/member/video/PeachtreeSettlementFunding-20101115.mov[/quicktime] The debt relief commercial above is presented only as an example and archive of debt relief marketing and NOT AS AN ENDORSEMENT by ... Read More »

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