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Canadian Cambridge Life Solutions Draws More Unwanted Attention With Alleged Links to Past

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A reader sent in a tip about a recent article out in Canadian Business about the debt settlement efforts in Canada. Here are some excerpts: “The most visible of the new firms, Cambridge Life Solutions, launched a marketing campaign during the past year on radio, television and the Internet. It’s fronted by Ontario-born actor and pitchman Alan Thicke, star of ... Read More »

Non-Profit Credit Counselors Watched by New York for Bogus Activities

In a story that would have been just about a presentation to the New York City Council about debt settlement activities comes a glance into the activities of some debt settlement companies to attempt to loophole out of FTC new rules to regulate debt relief activities. The documents from the meeting say: Karen S is a 55 year old home ... Read More »

Harvey Z. Warren Publishes New Book, Drop Debt. Brings Back to Mind a Bit of FTC Past That Tangles In Walter Ledda, CEO of Morgan Drexen

A couple of days ago I saw the press release for “Drop Debt” by Harvey Z. Warren and thought, “Hum, that names sounds familiar from the past.” In a twist of “what a small world it is” it came to me. There was a Harvey Warren that I remember getting slammed by the FTC a number of years ago for ... Read More »

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