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National Debt Cures Scammed Me Out of $1,300 While I Was in the Hospital. – Jack

“Dear Steve,

National debt cures has scammed me out of $1,300 by withdrawing $ from my bank account without any permission, written or verbal. There is no contract or anything that gives permission. I was in the hospital for 5 months for a bone marrow transplant when this began and I had no way of knowing what was going on with my account. I have called them and talked to an agent and they say they do not need permission as long as they have my information.

Jack”

Dear Jack,

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Something sure does not sound right.

First, I would fire off a letter to National Debt Cures and send it by some traceable means and get a signature sowing delivery. In that letter ask for a refund of the money you feel was taken from you.

In your letter, tell National Debt Cures if they do not return your money within two weeks you will be filing complaints with the Attorney General in your state and with the BBB.

Be sure to change the bank account number that the money was taken from to prevent any further withdrawals without your permission.

I’m glad you made it out of the hospital. Hope things are improving for you.

Please update me on your progress by

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