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Good Shepherd / Trinity Financial – Consumer Complaint – February 1, 2013

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Consumer Statement: In January of 2010, My Husband and Mother and I went into a debt management plan with Good Shepherd/Trinity Financial. We were advised that they would settle $56,700 of debt in approximately 3 years. We paid $824.00 a month for 2 and a half years totaling $24,720.00. Only 4 of the 12 accounts were settled. The last date ... Read More »

Good Shepherd Debt – Consumer Complaint – 9-22-2012

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Consumer Statement: We’ve been giving Good Shepherd $709 a month for over 2 years. We asked for updates on our accounts and don’t them. I’ve recently lost my job and we’ve put a stop payment on the payments with our bank. I’ve emailed and called several times to ask how we can get our money back and NOBODY will respond ... Read More »

I’ve Given Good Shepherd Debt My Money But It’s Hard to Work With Them. – Susan

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“Dear Steve, I have given these people $200 a month since January of 2010. They have resolved one of my seven debtors about a month ago but it was one of the smaller accounts. I am very scared now and wonder if I should get my money back while I can? Communications is tough as it takes several days to ... Read More »

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