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World Law – Consumer Complaint – January 16, 2013

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Consumer Statement: I was contacted by cell phone from telephone number 407-395-4711 by Mr. Thomas Ray who indicated he worked for World Law, to reduce the amount on my credit cards. When prodded he stated I owed NFCU and HSBC, $21,700. I then had to prod how he obtained that information. He responed that I spoke to a Rosetta Tapper ... 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 »

      Reliant Support Services and the 11-REL 2011 Debt Reduction Plan Mailer – Let’s Play Another Round of Do They Comply!

      2011 Debt Reduction Plan Mailer Envelope

      For a while we’ve been playing our little game of “Do They Comply” where we review marketing material from debt relief companies to see if it looks acceptable to you. A tipster (send in your tips here) sent in the following mailer and said: My brother got this and we called the company. They said their name was Reliant Support ... Read More »

        Consumer Debt Assistance Deceptive Mailer – Credit Card Balance Reduction Opportunity 2011

        Consumer Debt Assistance TASC

        One of the AACC members forwarded me a deceptive mailer a consumer had received. The number on the mailer, 888-354-8913, goes to Consumer Debt Assistance. The Consumer Debt Assistance site boldly displays the TASC logo but guess what, that appears to be deceptive as well. According to TASC membership records, Consumer Debt Assistance is not a member. – Source The ... Read More »

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