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Do I Have Any Recourse Against Evan Kagan and Consumer Legal Debt Group

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“Dear Steve, I have paid consumer legal debt group over 5000 Evan kagans group, and all they did is keep telling me we had to simply stop paying the cards and they will represent me as my lawyer if they sue me. They are now closed.i have 4 more years that they can still sue me and now kanas office ... Read More »

Attorney Evan Kagan Sued for Commissions Owed by Non-Attorney

I don’t go out hunting for these things. They just arrive in my inbox. Today comes this interesting suit involving attorney Evan Kagan in Florida. You can see past articles involving Evan Kagan here. This case is Automated Financial Transaction v. Evan Kagan, individually, and Law Offices of Evan S. Kagan, Consumer Legal Group. The case was filed on October ... Read More »

FBL Associates Referred Me to Evan Kagan to Eliminate My Debt. – Annete

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I have been reading about Evan Kagan Legal Debt Agreement to settle some debt with the creditors. I have yet to speak just to 3 party in the firm when i call them, leave messages and no answer, or they will get back to me, same day or in 24 hours but my knowelge i have no answer. Is this ... Read More »

FBL Associates and Evan Kagan, Esq. The Battle Continues. Majority of Surveys Say Clients Feel Misled.

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One of the allegations in the ongoing battle between debt relief providers Frank Linder, Esq. of FBL Associates and Evan Kagan, Esq. is the allegation that customer data was stolen from FBL Associates and utilized by the offices of Kagan to persuade clients to leave FBL and join Kagan.. For a number of months I’ve been hearing rumors that the ... Read More »

Frank Linder, Esq. Sends In Additional Supporting Documentation Regarding Alleged Raid Against Evan Kagan, Esq. Kagan Responds.

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In a situation that is one of the strangest I’ve seen in the debt relief world, two debt relief groups are going nose-to-nose with allegations and denials of raids and malfeasance. I first reported this story here but new information and supporting documentation has been submitted by Frank Linder, Esq. of FBL Associates. UPDATE: See response from Evan Kagan, Esq. ... Read More »

FBL Associates Claims They Help Police Raid Debt Relief Office of Attorney Evan Kagan. Kagan Denies Allegation.

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This statement was just posted by a commenter who either has a contact inside FBL Associates or is with FBL Associates. I have reached out to FBL Associates and Evan Kagan for comment but have not heard back by the time this was posted. UPDATE: See rebuttal statement below from Evan Kagan Esq., saying it is untrue. UPADTE: See short ... Read More »

Law Office of Evan Kagan Legal Debt Agreement. Offers to Settle Debt for Free.

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A tipster (send in your tips here) sent in the following agreement from the Law Office of evan S. Kagan for debt help representation. The tipster (send in your tips here) said: Take a look at the new program that is supposed to “benefit” the customer with $9000 in non refundable fees. Not only is more than debt settlement this ... Read More »

The Consumer Debt Legal Group – Scam, Complaint, Review, or Praise?

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Please share your experience with this debt relief company and provide your review and feedback, in the comments section below. The goal of this page is to allow people to share information that may be important to help others to make a more informed decision regarding their experience with this debt relief company. Here are some potential questions you might ... Read More »

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