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Do I Need to Be Worried About Getting Scammed by Hardship Center? – Tasia

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“Dear Mitch, I received this above email alone with a phone call and wanted to know if it was a scam or not, please advise. Don’t want to fall into a scam! “I spoke with you today regarding your situation. I look forward to assisting you in creating a long term solution for your mortgage. Attached is the prequalification package ... Read More »

Let’s Play “Do They Comply” with this Covenant Debt Solutions Mailer

Covenant Debt Solutions Mailer

A tipster (send in your tips here) sent in the following mailer they received from Covenant Debt Solutions. So let’s play another round of “Do They Comply” and take a look at some of the claims made. Feel free to weigh in by posting your observations and comments below. I’ve pointed to some interesting areas and I’ll reserve comment for ... Read More »

National Debt Settlement Bureau Rips Off TASC Web Site. Now That’s Funny!

Thanks to a tipster (send in your tips here) (Rachel) I just learned about the National Debt Settlement Bureau (ndsb.org). Apparently Nima Momayez is the president of the National Debt Settlement Bureau. – Source NDSB describes themselves as “NDSB is a consumer-protection association specifically committed to promoting fair and ethical business practices by debt settlement companies.” – Source But here ... Read More »

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