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Andris Pukke Pleads Guilty in AmeriDebt Coverup. Probably Headed to Prison.

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In court documents just released, former Ameridebt founder and leader, Andris Pukke has pled guilty to obstruction of justice in his effort to hide millions of dollars of money from his debt relief enterprise. As part of the plea agreement, Pukke, pleads guilty to obstruction of justice and now faces up to ten years in prison, a fin and three ... Read More »

FTC case v. Debt.com Marketing, Media Choice, MediaChoice, 800 Credit Card Debt, 800 CreditCardDebt.com, 800ccd.com, Stephen Todd Cook

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The links for the FTC case v. Debt.com Marketing, Media Choice, MediaChoice, 800 Credit Card Debt, 800 CreditCardDebt.com, 800ccd.com, Stephen Todd Cook can be found here. Read More »

Interesting Connection Between Ameridebt, Debt.Com and Harborfields High School

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Just this morning I reported about the trials and tribulations of Stephen Todd Cook and Debt.com getting slammed by the FTC. Well thanks to a tipster (send in your tips here) it appears Cook has a long standing involvement in the debt relief world and it goes way back to Ameridebt and Infinity Resources Group, both of which were previously ... Read More »

What The FTC Claims Debt.com Did All Wrong and Why All Lead Generators Need to Pay Attention

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In order to learn lessons on what to avoid I wanted to take a close look at the statements by the Federal Trade Commission that they made in their recent complaint against Debt.com, Debt.com Marketing, Media Choice, 800 Credit Card Debt, and Stephen Todd Cook. From the Complaint Defendants are lead generators that target the millions of Americans who are ... Read More »

FTC Puts Debt Relief Business – Out of Business Because of Marketing Activities

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A deceptive advertising operation has been banned from the debt relief business under a settlement agreement with the Federal Trade Commission. As part of a continuing crackdown on scams that target consumers in financial distress, the FTC charged the defendants with deceptively claiming they could save consumers thousands of dollars by reducing their credit card debt. According to the FTC’s ... Read More »

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