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Is Damon Day a Scam? – Yolanda

Written by Steve Rhode

“Dear Steve,

I lost my job 2 years ago and while I was out of work I accumulated approximately $25,000 in credit card debt. I finally got a new job 2 months ago, but with my interest rates so high, I can’t afford the payments anymore. So I looked into bankruptcy but I don’t qualify for chapter 7 because my new salary is over the threshold.

I would like to speak to a debt settlement specialist about my case, and I know you always refer people to Damon Day. I clicked from your site and went to his, but immediately became concerned that he’s a scam. There is no phone number or address on his website, which raised a big red flag for me. Did you know this? Is there something to worry about here?

Yolanda”

Dear Yolanda,

Damon Day is not a scam. He’s just a guy like me trying to help people. I suppose I never noticed that his phone number isn’t on his site, because I have it. LOL.

I imagine the reason Damon Day does not list his phone number on his site is simply because if he did he’d always be interrupted and not able to focus on the people he is helping at the moment. His assistant schedules his phone consultations for him.

Damon offers in-depth personal telephone consultations. They just take so much time and while he still offers this service, I no longer do. After years of doing telephone consultations I burned out and elected to instead answer as many questions from people as I could via this site.

It’s a good thing to have your “radar” up and alert for scams when looking for debt help. Goodness knows in the debt world there is no shortage of them, at all.

I suppose the irony is that most of the debt relief scams make it very easy for you to pick up the phone and speak to one of their representatives (AKA: commission based sales people) in order to sell you their program.

Yolanda, I’ve been helping people since 1994 and I can say that Damon Day has shown me he is one of the few really good guys giving advice and I’d send my best friend to him for a fair and impartial personal consultation. But my best friend would have to go through Damon’s form as well and speak to his assistant to have a consultation scheduled.

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What I’ve been very impressed with Damon about is his desire to give the best advice overall. His motivation is not to “sell” a debt settlement program but to get people headed into the right solution that is appropriate for their situation. If a debt settlement approach is not right, don’t be surprised if he starts talking to you about other solutions that would be a better fit for you.

I think you’ll be impressed with the service that Damon Day offers. If you want, schedule a consultation with Damon and then come back here and post a comment about your experience and what you thought of him for others to read.

Sincerly,
Steve

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Steve Rhode

Steve Rhode is the Get Out of Debt Guy and has been helping good people with bad debt problems since 1994. You can learn more about Steve, here.

14 Comments

  • Thank you Yolanda for bringing this up. I had the same doubts. In my quest for help with my family’s financial crisis I bumped on scam after scam after scam. I still need the help but so afraid to trust again.
    I don’t have sound in my PC right now so I could not listen to the video but contemplating on hiring Damon Day.
    I had been praying for the right person to help me and failed several times. Please God make this one right!

  • Thank you Yolanda for bringing this up. I had the same doubts. In my quest for help with my family’s financial crisis I bumped on scam after scam after scam. I still need the help but so afraid to trust again.
    I don’t have sound in my PC right now so I could not listen to the video but contemplating on hiring Damon Day.
    I had been praying for the right person to help me and failed several times. Please God make this one right!

  • Hello Roy, yes, I already provided the links to my site in response to the anonymous attack by Dan Smith, president of New Era Debt Solutions.

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