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Prestige Financial Solutions and Amy Thompson Sued by Colorado Attorney General

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In what may simply be an ironic twist, Eric Thompson of Orion Processing from Westminster, Colorado was just countersued by the Colorado Attorney General on the same day Amy Thompson of Westminster based Prestige Financial Solutions was sued by the Colorado Attorney General. If they are related, it’s a bad day in the Thompson house. Both Orion Processing and Prestige ... Read More »

Orion Financial Group Sued by Colorado Attorney General

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Colorado Attorney General John Suthers announced today that his office has filed a counterclaim lawsuit against Orion Financial Group, a Westminster based firm, and its owner, Eric Thompson, on the grounds that they provided debt-management services to Colorado consumers without meeting the registration and reporting requirements of Colorado consumer protection laws. According to the complaint, the state investigated Orion Financial ... Read More »

AFCC -35, TASC – 41. Lost in Translation? Bermuda Triangle of Debt?

A reader sent in an interesting question. They wanted to know why if TASC (The Association of Settlement Companies) changed their name to AFCC (American Fair Credit Council) then why did TASC report having 41 members and AFCC only reports 35. – Source Good question. What’s interesting about the AFCC membership list is that it is broken into accredited members ... Read More »

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