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Credit Alliance Group and Shane Garner Sued by State of Texas

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Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott has charged a Dallas-based debt management firm with defrauding its customers. The State‚Äôs enforcement action sought an asset freeze and temporary restraining order against Shane V. Garner and Credit Alliance Group (CAG) dba Credit Services Today. The complaint filed alleges Garner and Credit Alliance Group operated as an unlicensed debt management service provider in Dallas, ... Read More »

Credit Alliance Group / Corporate Alliance Services – Consumer Complaint – April 1, 2013

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Consumer Statement: Credit Alliance now known as Corporate Alliance Service – Shane V. Garner, Principle. 1717 Main St., Dallas,Tx 75201. I contracted with this company to do debt settlement with my creditors in May 2010. From then until January 2013, I paid them $1056.64 every month totaling $31,000. In January, I was informed by Credit Alliance that they no longer ... Read More »

Credit Alliance Group / Shane Garner – Consumer Complaint – January 3, 2013

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Consumer Statement: Credit Alliance Group is a debt management company. Credit Alliance Group withdrew $15744.70 from my checking account to transfer to Midland Credit Managment in August 2012. Credit Alliance Group still has the money. I signed a contract with Credit Alliance Group on 10/01/2008 to settle four debts. Three debts have been settled. All fees have been paid. Credit ... Read More »

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