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GAO Takes Closer Look at Home Loan Modification Scams

The Government Accountability Office (GAO) comprised a report, Homeownership Preservation: Federal Efforts to Combat Foreclosure Rescue Schemes Are Under Way, but Improved Planning Elements Could Enhance Progress, based on “information available to federal and state agencies and nonprofit organizations, such as consumer complaints and the number of enforcement actions.” The report revealed two predominant schemes in this day and age ... Read More »

Web Credit Advisors 100% Not Happy with GAO Debt Settlement Report

The folks over at Web Credit Advisors were not very happy with the revelations in the Government Accounting Office undercover investigation into the debt settlement industry in which they were named. The Senate hearings on debt settlement presented audio that implicated Web Credit Advisors, a member agency of the United States Organization of Bankruptcy Alternatives (USOBA). Here is the transcript ... Read More »

Many Debt Settlement Firms Lie and Defraud People Says Government Report

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Reuters covered the hearing yesterday and published their take on the Senate Hearings on the debt settlement industry. Get Out of Debt Guy – Twitter, G+, Facebook Debt settlement Firms Rife with Fraud: GAO (Reuters) – A big percentage of debt settlement companies lie to and defraud people who contact them asking for help with credit problems, according to a ... Read More »

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