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They Help Families Who Owe Too Much – Credit Counseling 1966

They Help Families Who Owe Too Much

Another look back in the history of credit counseling and debt relief help. After you read the article, be sure to check the original publication date at the bottom to see how many decades these same problems have been a problem for consumers. What is interesting is how credit counseling in 1966 would engage in debt settlement in order to ... Read More »

Fraud Busters, INC.

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Fraud Busters, INC. By Harry T. Brundidge So you’ve been gypped! Were you suckered into buying some of those “penny” get-rich-quick uranium stocks which are as phony as a three-dollar bill? Did you go for the “free” deep-freeze racket? Were you hooked by a bait-’em-and-switch-’em gent on a vacuum cleaner or sewing machine? Few of those gypped called the police, ... Read More »

“Debt Adjustment” – Meanest Racket Out

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“Debt Adjustment” – Meanest Racket Out by Murray Bloom “Get out of debt.” “Restore your credit without a loan.” “We can help you even if you’ve been turned down by everyone else. ” In the past two years these and similar slogans have lured thousands of desperate Americans and Canadians into one of the meanest schemes ever devised. Cleverly disguised ... Read More »

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