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Credit Counseling Groups in the Crosshairs With Pay For Performance History

This comes straight from a tipster (send in your tips here) who directed me to the site of Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy. I reached out to CPM for additional information but as of the time of publication I had not heard back. Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy is continuing its investigation into fraudulent “debt counseling” and debt collections in the subprime ... Read More »

I’m Up to My Ears in Debt. – Nathan

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Nathan “Dear Steve, I am up to my ears in CC debt. I thought about going through companies like care one, etc. I have two cards with capital one, one with wachovia, one with chase. what do i do. this is on top of student loans and i am spreadin very very thin on money. i tried to reason with ... Read More »

I Have Questions About the CareOne Credit Counseling Program. – Cassandra

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Cassandra “Dear Steve, My boyfriend has signed up with a BBB Accredited debt management company and only receives a statement showing how much they have deducted from his account at the end of the month. His creditors are upset that he is not communicating with them and the reason for that is because the debt management service (CareOne) told him ... Read More »

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