Debt Relief Industry

Esteemed Lending Services. Nothing But a Well Documented Scam.

The lending site below is a sham. It makes unsubstantiated false promises in an effort to convince you to cough up both personal information and money. Beware.

Esteemed Lending Services

The web site is actually the creation of the FTC. In an effort to help consumers spot scam and fraudulent upfront loan fee offers and bogus debt reduction presentations, the Federal Trade Commission has launched a web site for Esteemed Lending Services.

The information on the site certainly sounds typical of many of the sites I’ve seen promising help and relief from debt problems. But in this case the site leads visitors to warnings and information to help them to avoid being ripped off.

Welcome to Esteemed Lending, where we guarantee a loan to fit every situation. Our qualified loan specialists have been helping people just like you find the best interest rates and loan terms possible for your unique situation. We will guide you every step of the way to get you the loan you need. You can lower your current payments on your mortgage, refinance existing debt, and even get extra cash to pay for unexpected expenses.

Esteemed Lending can help you…

  • Consolidate your high interest debt
  • Lower your monthly payments
  • Get extra cash for college, a new business loan, or even that vacation you’ve been waiting for
  • Get cash for home improvements
  • Get your money fast
  • Work one-on-one with a custom loan specialist
  • Get preliminary approval in 24 hours

Even if you’ve been turned down by other lenders because of a less than perfect credit history, we can helop. It’s time to act and start saving money today. Apply now and let us help you start on your way towards a debt-free future!

It’s easy to qualify and 100% FREE to apply.

Yep, it’s a scam. But this time it’s an educational one.


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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.

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