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Should I Be Worried About Johnson Law Group in Florida? – Mary

By on October 25, 2010
Should I Be Worried About Johnson Law Group in Florida? – Mary

I have been with the Johnson law Group FL. for quite some time and we don’t seem to be going anywhere fast on this debt thing, I was actually looking on line to find a phone number for them and I came across your articles.

Should I be worried???

Mary




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8 Comments

  1. Laura

    May 27, 2011 at 7:38 pm

  2. Laura

    May 27, 2011 at 7:36 pm

  3. Going places

    November 18, 2010 at 9:47 am

    Reading these articles gives me a reason to be concerned. I have been with CBDC, The Johnson Law Group Florida for over a year now. I have not had any problems with them. CBDC always gets back to me in a timely fashion when I have a question and most recently advised me how to handle one of my credit companies who repeatedly refused their proposal to consilidate, which resulted in a forgiveness deal of over $1000. Consolidation has helped me manage my credit card debt in a time during a 2 year period of unemployment when I couldn’t make the required payments. Now that I am paying on time, my credit rating has been restored which was once perfect before unemployment. These articles have raised a question about the validity of the The Johnson Law Group. Should I be concerned? Should I look to transfer my program to another company? Can I legally do this and what is the procedure? Please advise. – LDB, RI

  4. Going places

    November 18, 2010 at 2:47 pm

    Reading these articles gives me a reason to be concerned. I have been with CBDC, The Johnson Law Group Florida for over a year now. I have not had any problems with them. CBDC always gets back to me in a timely fashion when I have a question and most recently advised me how to handle one of my credit companies who repeatedly refused their proposal to consilidate, which resulted in a forgiveness deal of over $1000. Consolidation has helped me manage my credit card debt in a time during a 2 year period of unemployment when I couldn’t make the required payments. Now that I am paying on time, my credit rating has been restored which was once perfect before unemployment. These articles have raised a question about the validity of the The Johnson Law Group. Should I be concerned? Should I look to transfer my program to another company? Can I legally do this and what is the procedure? Please advise. – LDB, RI

  5. Steve Rhode

    October 25, 2010 at 9:40 am

    Mary,

    If you have not read the latest on Johnson Law Group in Florida, you need to. Read this article here. I don’t know about you but when the guy running the company says he has no idea about how many clients they have or how the company operates on a day-to-day business, I’d be very concerned.

  6. Steve Rhode

    October 25, 2010 at 1:40 pm

    Mary,

    If you have not read the latest on Johnson Law Group in Florida, you need to. Read this article here. I don’t know about you but when the guy running the company says he has no idea about how many clients they have or how the company operates on a day-to-day business, I’d be very concerned.

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