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Association for Student Loan Relief Forms. Game On.

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For companies interested in selling student loan debt relief it appears a new organization has formed, led by noted debt relief attorney Robby Birnbaum of Greenspoon Marder. The group, Association for Student Loan Relief (AFSLR) is holding their first meeting in Las Vegas on December 12, 2013 at Mandalay Bay. Early sponsors of the association are listed as Greenspoon Marder, ... Read More »

Edward Cherry, The Sunshine State Land Trust, and Others Appeal Asset Freeze

A reader brought to my attention that on October 19, 2012, Ed Cherry and other related entities had a notice of appeal recorded regarding the asset freeze for himself, The Sunshine State Land Trust Company, Growth Capital Funding, Florida Land Trust Services, and Zion Partners Irrevocable Trust. The court document reflect the asset freeze is being appealed to the Fourth ... Read More »

Robby Birnbaum Provides Interesting Review of What Went Wrong With U.S. Debt Settlement Industry

Robby Birnbaum, a lawyer with the law firm Greenspoon Marder and an executive with both TASC (The Association of Settlement Companies) and AFCC (American Fair Credit Council) recently participated in an enlightening interview with Richard Cooper from Total Debt Freedom in Canada. Putting the interview into context, with the lobbying and pushing back TASC engaged in against regulation for the ... Read More »

North Carolina Calls Consumer Law Group Bogus in Settlement Announcement

It appears an issue with North Carolina and Consumer Law Group finally came to an end. You can read past stories about Consumer Law Group here. What was most interesting about the Consumer Law Group action North Carolina took was the definition of what true attorney representation was in a debt settlement program. Not only did North Carolina not buy ... Read More »

Global Client Solutions Named in Yet Another Case. This Time With Alliance8, Freedom Financial Management, Richard Lenard.

The cases keep on coming against Global Client Solutions. Here is one I just spotted that had been previously filed in state court but was just moved to federal court on May 6, 2011. Mary Lord v. Alliance 8, Freedom Financial Management, Global Client Solutions, Rocky Mountain Bank & Trust, and Richard Lenard. It appears the move was brought about ... Read More »

Are Debt Settlement Companies Being Told to Run For Hills by TASC?

I previously wrote about how I thought debt settlement companies might make a move into selling vehicle service contracts as the next big income opportunity. I made the connection through a conference email that was sent out promoting the president of The Association of Settlement Companies (TASC), Robby Birnbaum, as a leader in both industries. Click here to read that ... Read More »

Greenspoon Marder – 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 »

The Elusive USOBA Membership List Made Public

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Below you will find a document that was given to me by a USOBA member with a soul. They sent it to me at [email protected] I’ve actually had this for some time and I was giving the United States Organization of Bankruptcy Alternatives (USOBA) multiple chances to release to me a current membership list. After repeated requests, they simply ignored ... Read More »

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