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EFA Processing Takedown Request Makes Me Want to Examine the Facts

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As a result of a takedown request this site received regarding a guest post here, I decided to look into the facts that were publicly verifiable. What you find below is not really an article, but the results of my research. The contributed article by Jason Spencer, here, is his statement of opinion and internal facts as he knew them. ... Read More »

I’m On a Small Pension and Debt Relief Options Wants to Sell Me Debt Settlement. – Joseph

DR Options

“Dear Steve, about 70000 in debt .small pension is this co legit? debt relief options of Frisco texas. have a deal for debt settlement $648 a month for 71months which will be a struggle for me as on small pension but no one has come in that low. They have lawyers available at no extra charge and entire fee is ... Read More »

Do Debt Settlement Company Relationships With Hedge Funds Create a Fiduciary Problem for the Consumer?

A new variation of the debt settlement process is appearing, the debt settlement hedge fund. Apparently the way this works is the debt settlement company has a relationship with a related hedge fund or pool of money that they can access to payoff an enrolled clients debt. The issue is if the debt settlement company reaches an agreement with the ... Read More »

DebtXS Review

Address: Not provided on their Web site. – Source 7668 Warren Pkwy Ste 325 Frisco, TX 75034-4161 – Source Website: DebtXS.com Domain was registered April 25, 2002 and is owned by DebtXS LP, 7668 Warren Parkway, Suite 325, Frisco, TX 75034. The admin contact is Ken Talbert. The site is hosted along with two other sites on the same server, ... Read More »

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