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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 »

Consumer Debt Relief False Promises Not a New Problem. Let’s Look Way Back.

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One statement I often hear from consumers and those inside the debt relief industry is how the debt relief companies that take advantage of consumers, don’t deliver services, leave them getting sued, and take their money in fees, is a new problem. The reality is it is anything but a new problem. Consumers getting less than they pay for in ... Read More »

Harvey Z. Warren Publishes New Book, Drop Debt. Brings Back to Mind a Bit of FTC Past That Tangles In Walter Ledda, CEO of Morgan Drexen

A couple of days ago I saw the press release for “Drop Debt” by Harvey Z. Warren and thought, “Hum, that names sounds familiar from the past.” In a twist of “what a small world it is” it came to me. There was a Harvey Warren that I remember getting slammed by the FTC a number of years ago for ... Read More »

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