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TheCreditExchange.com Signed Me Up For Allegro Law Debt Settlement. – Michele

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“Dear Steve, Had 55+ debt from a divorce turned to thecreditexchange.com in Orange County CA to enter a DMP, they signed me up with Allegro Law. I have been with “The Program” since March 2009 in which of course I paid my fees up front, now they have $4320.00 of my money, since I just learned about this situation, of ... Read More »

What Do You Think About Debt Relief Group or Debt Bailout? – Anna

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“Dear Steve, I was able to able to make payments on all my accounts until the company I worked for went bankrupt and I lost my job. As of December 2008, I owe $50,000 on six Visa credit cards. This was when I signed up with Allegro Law and November 2009, I found out as you know that they were ... Read More »

Debt Settlement Scam Email

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Floating around the internet is an email using debt settlement as the hook for the age old Nigerian 419 money scam. Be on the lookout for the following email. If you get one, let me know. From: “MR GOODLUCK JONATHAN” Reply-To: Subject: CONTRACT DEBT SETTLEMENT APPROVED Date: Sun, 27 Dec 2009 09:21:07 +0100 OFFICE OF VICE –PRESIDENT FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF ... Read More »

The Dark Side of Debt Settlement – MSNBC

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I’m probably going to get a stern email from the folks at MSNBC saying that I shared too much of one of their stories with you. But the information is so important, you need to read it. I urge you to click through and read the rest of the story. The basic strategy these firms employ is to instruct consumers ... Read More »

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