First, let’s get this out of the way. The company claiming to behind this debt relief mailer says the following on their website. “nterestRateSolutions.com does not originate or make loans nor make any credit decisions in connection with loans.” – Source
The disclaimer they offer goes on to allude that respondents to this and other marketing efforts may be directed to a loan or “Debt Resolution,” whatever that means.
The company says they hold an A+ rating with the BBB, and they do at the time publication. But what struck me was the complaints on the BBB website that felt strongly about the same issue I had when looking at the mailer.
Here is what the outside of the mailer looks like.
I’m sure if you speak to the company they will say they had no idea people might get confused by the way the mailer looks.
So once the consumer opens the mailer up, here is what they see.
It turns out IRS stands for Interest Rate Solutions. But don’t lose sight of the fact the company is not a lender.
The BBB says Ruddy Palacios is the CEO of IRS.
My advice is if you get a mailer like this then do your own due diligence and check out the company before giving up any personal information.
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