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DMB Financial – Scam, Complaint, Review, or Praise?

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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.


  • After researching all my options and determining I did NOT qualify for a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, I went with a Debt Settlement program with DMB Financial. I am 6 months into the program, so I feel I have a fairly good understanding as to what are the pros and cons of this organization:

    Amount of Consumer Debt: $27.500 unsecured debt
    Initial monthly payment: $370/month
    Within 6 months, payment increased to: $500/month


    * I felt the initial monthly payment and the 32 months term was fair and equitable
    * I felt the fee of $5000 for their services over the life the program was not excessive and palatable
    * I felt initially they were eager to help and seemed professional


    * They assigned me to advisers that sounded as if they barely graduated High School
    * In only 3 months, I had to request to be switched to 3 different advisers because I had no faith the High School drop out knew better than I did
    * They WILL withhold all the facts of the program to include some of the following:
    -You will be asked within 4-6 months to cough up more monthly money, because once the single largest creditor was settled, it consumed 90% of the monthly escrow money. So how are they supposed to payout other creditors? Wait for 16 months for the first creditor to the trough to get paid off?
    * The senior advisers who actually do all the negotiating have truly the interest of the creditor more at heart than you. Why? Because they work with these companies EVERY day and they already knew going in from the beginning what the creditors negotiated pay down was going to be, yet they did not advise any such information with me up front.
    * Don’t expect a great deal from the credit advisers, they are College drop out level of intelligence at best and don’t often understand some basics of budgeting skills. I often found myself in discussions with them where they were more or less giving me a “Sales pitch” as to why I need to increase my monthly payment.

    So, there you have it. I didn’t sugar coat anything on this one. Unfortunately, my credit score is such a complete Train Wreck now that pulling out isn’t really a practical solution. The best course of action is to stick with it and even try to pay more as settlement offers come in so that I can pay this off as soon as possible. After that, wait the 5-7 years that is going to be required to wipe the disasters from my credit report.

    Summary: If I had been told of some of the tactics they use to obtain a settlement offer, I probably would NOT have gone this route. There ARE going to be charge offs, there ARE going to be potential law suits and my dismal credit score is going to follow me for the next 5-7 years..possibly more!

    I hope it will all be worth it in the end…that’s all I can say.

    Los Angeles, CA

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