A reader contacted me and said, “these have all come in the last two to three weeks. I lost my job in February and have been trying to modify my mortgage, etc. I am in no position to borrow more money for sure. It blows my mind how many calls, emails, and letters I get of offers for “help”. No thanks.”
It is interesting how your mailbox can fill up with offers the minute your credit report might indicate you are struggling.
Rather than go into depth again about some of these mailers I would recommend that anyone considering using the services of an unsolicited lender should read the following free 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
This debt settlement mailer arrives seemingly pretending to be an official-looking document from Disbursement Center rather than putting the company name on the outside.
Liberty Lending Group
It seems like the sure-fire way to get fake looking checks in the mail is to have some money troubles. Here is another “check inside” offer with no company name on the outside.