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Chris Kohl at JP Morgan Chase Would Probably Love to Know if This is True

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Rumors are flying and now it’s time for you to share what you know on this. Two different very reliable sources have shared with me two similar stories that have piqued my interest. Apparently, a very large national debt settlement company has been pitching the idea of pairing up with some non-profit credit counselors to sell their debt management plans ... 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 »

      Debt Settlement Attorney Referral Services Draw the Unwanted Attention of the Florida Bar

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      The Florida Bar has launched a new investigation into for-profit lawyer referral services. The committee studying this was informed that the Attorney General’s Economic Crimes Office is investigating several lawyer referral services, both those registered and not registered with the Bar. Some of the services do “cold call” or direct solicitation, which is prohibited in Bar rules. According to information ... Read More »

        Let’s Play Do They Comply. Isn’t This Bankruptcy Fee Splitting?

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        A tipster (send in your tips here) brought my attention to rest on the following page from the Debt Alternative Center. The question is, isn’t this legal fee splitting? DMP Shocker On the same site, debtalternativecenter.com, I came across the page to be a debt management affiliate which says the affiliate can charge the consumer from $300 to $1,400 for ... Read More »

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