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Guardian Referral Network – Scam, Complaint, Review, or Praise?

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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.

11 Comments

  • What actually happens is they pay a LOT of money for leads to be automatically called, but there is no way to remove anyone from the call list until it runs its course and a couple weeks/months go by. I used to work for this company, but left due to moral issues. They are a BAD company to do business with. I’ve actually heard MANY calls like the one you noted, and it actually became office practice to piss off the people who called in angry. The whole time you’re fuming on the other end of the phone, there are 10-15 people around you listening on the conversation and laughing. I know its complete bullshit, which is another reason i left the company, besides of coarse being one great big scam.

  • Steve, I have a lot of information on this company. Who owns them (or contracts them) the legal firm that uses them. It is a long story, I have names phone numbers addresses. I have had almost the exact experience as Drew. This company calls me constantly (multiple times per day) and has been as nasty and threatening as they were to Drew. I have a formal complaint with my State’s Attorney Generals office and have been working with them on the complaint for a few months – meaning the Attorney Generals office has been making calls. There is another company that has been involved (“debt reduction”) I have pages of notes and call logs. I am at wits end and could use your help. The kind of treatment that Drew received is not uncommon from what I read on the web. These companies are old school “boiler rooms” that call and call and call and call no matter what you say to them. It is an outrageous situation.

  • Steve, I have a lot of information on this company. Who owns them (or contracts them) the legal firm that uses them. It is a long story, I have names phone numbers addresses. I have had almost the exact experience as Drew. This company calls me constantly (multiple times per day) and has been as nasty and threatening as they were to Drew. I have a formal complaint with my State’s Attorney Generals office and have been working with them on the complaint for a few months – meaning the Attorney Generals office has been making calls. There is another company that has been involved (“debt reduction”) I have pages of notes and call logs. I am at wits end and could use your help. The kind of treatment that Drew received is not uncommon from what I read on the web. These companies are old school “boiler rooms” that call and call and call and call no matter what you say to them. It is an outrageous situation.

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