Have one of these weekly payable business advance loans. Signed up with Protection Legal Group to decrease it, sounded legit. Could not find anything on computer. After 2 weeks of payments to them I see your story on them.
Am I getting scammed?
Getting scammed. Now there is a question that is as tough to answer as “how long is a piece of string.”
I have no idea what getting scammed means to you. Everyone has their own definition.
If you read and understood the client agreement you signed with Protection Legal Group and the services described in the client agreement are what you wanted to purchase then you simply exercised your best judgment on who to hire to provide you with a service. I’m sure there was not a guarantee of results.
Protection Legal Group, or any company, can provide you with an exceptional level of service but that doesn’t mean your creditors can’t challenge it if they have a basis to do so.
Your creditors want you to pay the full amount you owe. You’ve hired a company and paid them a fee to attempt to not pay the full amount owed. Those two positions are not compatible and require a meeting of the minds to come to a satisfactory solution. Your creditors are not required to agree.
Your creditors may not take the same aggressive stance that Forward Financing did. You’d have to discuss that with Protection Legal Group to get a better idea of what their past outcomes with your creditors have been.
If you would like to do your own research and reach your own conclusions about Protection Legal Group then you can use the following guides:
- The Ultimate Consumer Guide to Checking Out a Debt Relief Company Before You Sign On the Line
- 10 Must Do Steps to Find the Best Credit Counseling or Debt Settlement Company for You
- How to Check Out a Business or Company to Avoid Getting Scammed or Ripped Off