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New Era Debt Solutions Tells TASC to Shove It After Attending Debt Settlement Conference

By on October 13, 2010
New Era Debt Solutions Tells TASC to Shove It After Attending Debt Settlement Conference

New Era Debt Solutions has just notified TASC they have resigned from TASC, effective immediately, out of disgust of tactics.


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It appears that whatever went on at the recent debt settlement leadership conference in Las Vegas stirred up enough of a bad taste in the mouth of New Era Debt Solutions that they have resigned from TASC with the letter above.

My favorite part: “We do not believe that subterfuges such as purported “face-to-face” meetings or the sale of overpriced items to consumers provide a means whereby debt settlement companies could continue to collect up-front fees as others contend. We will not do these things and we will not be a member of any organization that allows its members to do them.”

Want to know more, listen to my interview with Alex Viecco, the VP and co-founder of New Era Debt Solutions, about this here.


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8 Comments

  1. AlexV

    October 19, 2010 at 8:01 pm

    Yes. There was a couple of attorneys that were very serious about making sure people switched or started to collect fee after the services were rendered. NO UP FRONT FEE! I was quite impressed with Michael from Loeb and Loeb in Los Angeles. Great presentation!
    They were pretty straight forward… Comply or risk the industry.

  2. ComplianceSlave

    October 14, 2010 at 3:40 pm

    Andy- I love that your Blog has all the info from the old site http://www.truthabouttasc.com Site’s no longer up. I guess it doesn’t need to be anymore. We have used it for years as a rebuttal to the companies telling their clients “make sure they’re a member of TASC”. I always heard “make sure your thief is holding a gun”

  3. Andy Faria

    October 13, 2010 at 8:33 pm

    You know its bad for TASC when the companies that want to follow the rules and do the right thing are bailing out. Who’s left?

    Alex, were there any presentations aimed at helping dsc’s to become compliant, and make the transition to a performance based model?

  4. Andy Faria

    October 14, 2010 at 12:33 am

    You know its bad for TASC when the companies that want to follow the rules and do the right thing are bailing out. Who’s left?

    Alex, were there any presentations aimed at helping dsc’s to become compliant, and make the transition to a performance based model?

    • ComplianceSlave

      October 14, 2010 at 7:40 pm

      Andy- I love that your Blog has all the info from the old site http://www.truthabouttasc.com Site’s no longer up. I guess it doesn’t need to be anymore. We have used it for years as a rebuttal to the companies telling their clients “make sure they’re a member of TASC”. I always heard “make sure your thief is holding a gun”

    • AlexV

      October 20, 2010 at 12:01 am

      Yes. There was a couple of attorneys that were very serious about making sure people switched or started to collect fee after the services were rendered. NO UP FRONT FEE! I was quite impressed with Michael from Loeb and Loeb in Los Angeles. Great presentation!
      They were pretty straight forward… Comply or risk the industry.

  5. Damon Day

    October 13, 2010 at 7:08 pm

    Interesting. I am glad New Era Debt Solutions has finally taken my advice and realized why I have been speaking out against TASC and USOBA for the last 18 months and calling for a boycott of any company that is a member. It will be nice to see New Era channeling the money they will no longer be using to fund TASC into a more worthy cause to educate consumers.

  6. Damon Day

    October 13, 2010 at 11:08 pm

    Interesting. I am glad New Era Debt Solutions has finally taken my advice and realized why I have been speaking out against TASC and USOBA for the last 18 months and calling for a boycott of any company that is a member. It will be nice to see New Era channeling the money they will no longer be using to fund TASC into a more worthy cause to educate consumers.

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