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What to Do When Your Debt Relief Company Gets a CFPB Civil Investigative Demand Letter

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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”) has investigations underway that span the full breadth of the Bureau’s enforcement authority over providers of financial products and services and their vendors. If your company is the recipient of a civil investigative demand (“CID”) from the CFPB the process is not an easy one. You have to issue a record retention notice, negotiate ... Read More »

Debt Settlement Employee Sends in a Question and Comments About Companies Going Broke

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A debt settlement employee sent in the following observations using this form: Its true that no CID’s were sent out. But there is a lot of talk about the FTC requesting information on settlements being paid by [an escrow company]. (this is first hand from a company I work for regarding a settlement I negotiated.) I have been in the ... Read More »

Allegro Law Bankruptcy Puts Past Marketers at Financial Risk

In 2010 the attorney run debt settlement company Allegro Law imploded. It not only led to the bankruptcy of the debt settlement company but the disbarment of Andy Nelms, Esq. As I covered in the saga of Allegro Law and their subsequent bankruptcy, large amounts of money were paid to marketers to attract consumers to the failed attorney model debt ... Read More »

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