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Seriously Debt Relief Industry – Connecticut!

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Another day, another debt relief company falls into the trap known as Connecticut. This time the unlucky recipients are James F. Baker, Independent Rescore Systems, Deleting Your Debts Company, Deleting Your Debts, Intake Application Center, and Intake Applications. Here is what the State has to say. 1. Rescore was a Nevada corporation from August 11, 2006 to September 1, 2012, ... Read More »

Connecticut Makes it Tougher on Unlicensed Companies

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I’ve been writing about the debt relief world for a long time now. But today the Connecticut Department of Banking pulled a new one on me. Not only is Connecticut tough as nails when it comes to offering debt relief in their state, but now they are even going after companies that “are violating or are about to violate the ... Read More »

US National Legal Solutions Snagged by Connecticut

The State of Connecticut, Department of Banking, has just announced issuing a cease and desist notice to US National Legal Solutions, / USNLS, Inc. According to the State: Respondent is a purported California corporation with an office at 92 Corporate Park, Suite C254, Irvine, California. On September 28, 2010, a Connecticut resident, while physically present in this state, entered into ... Read More »

Another Door Closes for Attorney Loophole Debt Settlement. Persels & Associates Gets a No in CT.

The State of Connecticut Department of Banking has issued a very interesting declaratory ruling in the matter of Persels & Associates. I find it interesting because it is yet another example of how attorneys might not have such a “free pass” when it comes to offering debt settlement services all across the country. In this case the Persels & Associates ... Read More »

Connecticut Goes After an August Crop of Debt Relief Providers, Including Lawyers

I’ve said if before but the one state debt relief providers don’t want to mess with is Connecticut. Their Department of Banking is probably the leading department in the entire country for going after debt relief providers. I think what is obvious from this recent class of Connecticut students is that simply being a lawyer does not give you a ... Read More »

Connecticut Forces Global Client Solutions to Make Sure Debt Settlement Companies Are Really Licensed

Global Client Solutions, one of the major escrow companies that handles funds for debt settlement clients, was charged with being an unlicensed money transmitter by the state of Connecticut and then entered into a consent order to resolve the issue. According to the records, on November 30, 2011 Global Client Solutions received a cease and desist letter from the state ... Read More »

Consumer Warning: Bureau Of Prescription Health Charging For Free Assistance

If you’ve been doing business or contemplating doing business with the Missouri-based Bureau of Prescription Health the Better Business Bureau (BBB) is advising consumers to avoid this company. The Bureau of Prescription Health sounds like a trustworthy and reputable company (mainly because of the use of the word “Bureau”) but are in fact charging consumers for services they could find ... Read More »

FTC Halts Fake News Sites About Deceitful Acai Berry Weight-Loss Products

We’ve covered the deceitful acai berry weight-loss products over the past year on our site (see here, here and here). It was announced on Wednesday that the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has stopped six operators from using fake news site that allegedly deceived consumers about this product. Six online marketers agreed to settlements with the Federal Trade Commission that will ... Read More »

Corrupt Criminal Club: Member’s Only

On Wednesday of last week word broke about the largest insider trading scheme involving single stock charged to date. Three defendants have pled guilty and are cooperating with the government’s investigating a scheme that allegedly netted more than $61.8 million in illegal profits. Charges were announced against seven investment professionals, who worked at three different hedge funds and two other ... Read More »

Elaborate Scheme Leaves 180 With Over $1 Million In Fraudulent Purchases

Charges were announced last Thursday against seven members of an identity theft ring that allegedly used stolen identities of more than 180 people at major New York City retail stores including Home Depot, Sears, Kmart and Kohl’s, among others. The ring of fraudsters resold merchandise and gift cards for a profit after purchasing them under account holders names fraudulently. Allegedly, ... Read More »

What Happens When (Alleged) Greed Takes Over Your Life?

Earlier this month it was announced that John Voloshin was arrested for operating multiple alleged fraud schemes. According to allegations in court documents and statements made in court, Voloshin has represented himself to be in the business of real estate development. In approximately 2006, Voloshin asked an individual to loan him $500,000. Voloshin indicated that he was in contract to ... Read More »

Three Plea Not Guilty In Skimming Scam Across Southern New England

Three New York residents were charged last week with an indictment charging them with conspiracy, bank fraud and identity theft offenses related to an alleged participation in an ATM “skimming” scheme across southern New England. Gabriela Graham and two citizens of Turkey, Mehmet Aydin and Ahmet Cilek, were each charged with one count of conspiracy to commit bank fraud, six ... Read More »

Food Stamp Fraud Results In 5 Years Of Prison

Talib Kadhim of Connecticut, has been sentenced to 15 months of prison and three years of supervised release for one count of food stamp fraud for defrauding the Food Stamp Program out of $94,049.59. Apparently, from January of 2008 until March of 2009, Kadhim fraudulently redeemed food stamps for cash and other ineligible items at a market that he in ... Read More »

Lloyd Ward Group NAILED by Connecticut Over One Refund

If you look at the recent action taken by Connecticut you’d realize how important it is to make sure your debt relief company is fully compliant with every state. In fact I even give you a free tool to check that out. Too bad Lloyd Ward Group, the Dallas based attorney model debt settlement firm, hadn’t used it. I’ve written ... Read More »

New Regulations to Restrict Debt Settlement Forms Becomes Law, Now.

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Last year Attorney General Blumenthal in Connecticut fought to get new laws in place to protect consumers from debt settlement and debt negotiators that charge consumers and up-front fee to settle debts. The law has the following provisions: Obtain a Connecticut debt negotiators license and file a surety bond Not refer to state licensing or bonding as an endorsement Disclose ... Read More »

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