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Affiliate Relationship Melts Down. Strategic Debt Solutions Sues Saltzman, CLSA and Ira Frazer

Soon we’ll need to start a new category, “When Affiliate Relationships Go Bad.” They seem to be coming a bit faster these days. A reader send me in information about a suit that was filed at the end of October but was just removed to Federal Court. The case is Strategic Debt Solutions v. Saltzman Law Group, Martin Saltzman, Consumer ... Read More »

Global Client Solutions Alleged to Enter Credit Counseling Arena

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For a number of months now I’ve heard that Global Client Solutions has wanted to get into the credit counseling and debt management arena. To date I’ve not published anything about this but I just received a very interesting letter that appears to confirm that and also allege that Global Client Solutions is/was considering kickbacks on monthly fees. This correspondence ... Read More »

Consumer Legal Services America Took Our Money But Doesn’t Help. – Donna

“Dear Steve, We have been in debt because of medical problems and medicine. We needed help. We thought this was the answer. We have been with Consumer Legal Services America ([email protected]) since 2009. We pay $413.00 MONTH. So far they have paid 1 bill for $450.00. Is there any way we can get back our money. Every time we call ... Read More »

Consumer Legal Services America – Ira Frazer. Old Employment Ad, But Interesting.

Someone was just asking me about the network of affiliates working with Consumer Legal Services America and as a result I was looking up new information since the last comment on this site about them. I came across this ad they put out looking for debt settlement attorneys. Lawyer: Consumer Legal Services America, Contact Person: Ira Frazer, Nationwide, Phone: 858-945-1078, ... Read More »

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