I can’t remember ever seeing anything like this before but the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is searching for consumers that have used the settlement company Titan Consulting Group that I’ve written about before.
The FBI must be pursuing some sort of criminal activity investigation. Otherwise, why would they be involved?
The FBI form says, “If you were directed to this questionnaire via an FBI victim notification letter, it is because you have been identified as potentially having been defrauded by Titan Legal Processing, LLC, a debt relief company, possibly affiliated with a company known as Titan Consulting Group. Titan Legal Processing reportedly failed to provide services after collecting up-front fees.
To assist in the investigation and to be provided with information on resources available to victims, please answer the questions below to the best of your ability. It may be that you have already given this information to an FBI agent, but please provide it again on this questionnaire. Based on your responses, you may be contacted by the FBI and asked to provide additional information.”
Looking at the list of public FBI forms requesting information, this is a first.
What makes this even more intriguing is the questions the FBI asks on their form seem to be generic settlement company questions.
Is this a second toe in the debt relief water by the FBI?
Makes this post from earlier even more relevant. Is this a coincidence or a trend?
What do you think?
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