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World Law – Consumer Complaint – January 16, 2013

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Consumer Statement: I was contacted by cell phone from telephone number 407-395-4711 by Mr. Thomas Ray who indicated he worked for World Law, to reduce the amount on my credit cards. When prodded he stated I owed NFCU and HSBC, $21,700. I then had to prod how he obtained that information. He responed that I spoke to a Rosetta Tapper ... Read More »

World Law Plan – Consumer Complaint – November 16, 2012

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Consumer Statement: Please forgive this, but I am resubmitting the exact report that I sent to you previously on Nov 4, 2012, with Additional Developments noted at the bottom of this section and the next section. World Law Plan owes me a $4,012.78 refund. The money was paid toward a $5,000 Flat Fee to be earned when they settled my ... Read More »

World Law Plan – Consumer Complaint – November 5, 2012

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Consumer Statement: World Law Plan owes me a $4,012.78 refund. The money was paid toward a $5,000 Flat Fee to be earned when they settled my debt, but it was never settled. My agreement with World Law Plan was signed electronically on August 8, 2011 by means of an emailed document prepared by the company. My account was DD-2528. In ... Read More »

CuraDebt – World Law Group – Consumer Complaint – 2-1-2012

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Date This Problem Happened: January 30, 2012 State You Live in: Texas Race/Ethnicity: White Age Range: 65+ Total Amount of Fee Paid: $1,795.70 Company Name: CuraDebt, also World Law Group Company Address: 12655 N. Central Expressway Suite 800 Dallas, Texas 75243 Company Telephone Number: 888-538-5868 Website of Company: worldlawplan.com Consumer Statement: I went with CuraDebt . I paid 3 pymts. ... Read More »

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