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Deceitful Debt Relief And Mortgage Operation Shut Down

A United State district court has shut down two related operations who apparently failed to provide promised debt relief services and jeopardized clients’ privacy by at the Federal Trade Commission (FTC)’s request. Apparently one firm charged consumers a $1,495 up front fee for a mortgage relief assistance program that was never given as well as tossing personal information into unsecured ... Read More »

FTC Goes After Residential Relief Foundation, U.S. Homeowners Relief, National Foreclosure Relief, U.S. Foreclosure Relief, Federal Housing Modification Department, Crowder Law Group, Dinmica Finaciera, Nationwide Financial Aid, and Northern Federal Aid

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The Federal Trade Commission today announced a series of law enforcement actions as part of the FTC’s continuing crackdown on scams that target homeowners behind in their mortgage payments or facing foreclosure. At the FTC’s request, federal courts have halted two allegedly bogus mortgage relief operations that posed as government mortgage assistance programs, pending trial. In addition, 17 marketers have ... Read More »

Debt Settlement Firms Split on Maryland Bill to Regulate Fees

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Companies that help consumer debtors pursue lower payments to their creditors would have to wait until a debt settlement is reached before collecting their fees under a bill now in the legislature. The bill, backed by the Maryland Consumer Rights Coalition, would allow these businesses to charge an upfront fee of $50 and then receive 15 percent of the total ... Read More »

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