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Details on Minnesotta Action Against Legal Helpers and Others

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Earlier I reported that Legal Helpers was uninvited from offering services in Minnesota. See this article. I now have more details on the matter. According to a document signed by Steven Carlson, Deputy Commissioner, Minnesota Department of Commerce, the state laid out the facts as they asserted them in a Cease and Desist order. Statement of Facts CDS Client Services, ... Read More »

Minnesota Tells Legal Helpers and Friends to Get the F Out

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The State of Minnesota has issued notice to Legal Helpers Debt Resolution and some affiliates that they are not welcome in the state and calls them a sham. “Minnesota consumers struggling with debt asked Legal Helpers for assistance, but instead they reported that they were scammed out of money they couldn’t afford to lose. These consumers were trying to pull ... 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 »

American Debt Services, Quality Support Services, Global Client Solutions in California Class Action

On June 29, 2011 a class action case in California was filed against American Debt Services, Quality Support Services, Global Client Solutions, and Rocky Mountain Bank & Trust. The case alleges a now common scheme of evading state state laws regarding debt adjusters or proraters. The complaint says that California consumers were induced by promises provided by American Debt Services ... Read More »

AFCC -35, TASC – 41. Lost in Translation? Bermuda Triangle of Debt?

A reader sent in an interesting question. They wanted to know why if TASC (The Association of Settlement Companies) changed their name to AFCC (American Fair Credit Council) then why did TASC report having 41 members and AFCC only reports 35. – Source Good question. What’s interesting about the AFCC membership list is that it is broken into accredited members ... Read More »

Mobile Home Missing and Other Videos of the Day

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I just saw this video and is it just me or are you left wondering what happened to the mobile home that at one time was sitting behind those stairs? Another debt settlement warning video from yet another television station. This time it is from WXYZ in Michigan. This video is about American Debt Services and the advanced fees the ... Read More »

International Association of Professional Debt Arbitrators – IAPDA Certification Exposed

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Loyal readers may have observed that I routinely never mention IAPDA, the International Association of Professional Debt Arbitrators (IAPDA) or even mention that a company may display their logo as being a member. It’s not that I’ve not noticed their logo displayed on sites, it’s that many in the industry have disparaging things to say about what the logo represented ... Read More »

American Debt Services – Scam, Complaint, Review, or Praise?

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Please share your experience with this debt relief company and provide your review and feedback, in the comments section below. The goal of this page is to allow people to share information that may be important to help others to make a more informed decision regarding their experience with this debt relief company. Here are some potential questions you might ... Read More »

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