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RIP Nelson Gamble & Associates and Jackson Hunter Morris & Knight

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So here is the predictable circle of life with some of the debt relief troubles I’ve written about. I write about a company. I get attacked that I don’t know what I’m talking about. The regulators take action. The company is toast. Sometimes the underlying people behind these efforts make a ton of money, stash some and settle with the ... Read More »

FTC Slams Shut Operations of Debt Relief Marketers We’ve Written About

Today the Federal Trade Commission announced actions against a number of debt relief companies. Ironically, one was BlackRock Professional Corporation that I wrote about last week, here. Another was Jackson Hunter Morris & Knight, which we’ve written about here. Also named in the action are Nelson Gamble & Associates, which we’ve written about here. The FTC complaint and Temporary Restraining ... Read More »

Nelson Gamble & Associates In More Trouble

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Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine filed a lawsuit against Jeremy Nelson of Trabuco Canyon, California, and his two companies for operating debt settlement businesses that took money from consumers to settle their debts but failed to deliver on their promises. “We will take action to protect Ohioans from unfair business practices regardless of where the business is located,” DeWine said. ... Read More »

Ohio AG Files Against California Debt Relief Companies Who Did Not Give Refunds

On March 8, 2012 the State of Ohio filed suit against Nelson Gamble & Associates, Jackson Hunter, Morris & Knight, and Jeremy Nelson. The suit alleges that Nelson Gamble & Associates, a Colorado corporation, that said they were actually located at 18101 Von Karman Avenue, 3rd Floor, Irvine, California 92612. and Jackson Hunter Morris & Knight, a Nevada company, was ... Read More »

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