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World Law Plan – Scam, Complaint, Review, or Praise?

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  • tim

    how can you get the money paid to world law back

  • Ohuhu2

    Do not use World Law Plan or there front company Curadebt. When the loan company takes you to court you will be left alone representing yourself. The lawyers that contacted you in the beginning will be impossible to get a hold of. At the end you will have to file for bankruptcy.

  • Mmltjz

    World Law Plan is definitely a scam… Please listen to me people who are about to use them. I wish I had someone like myself to tell me not to use them. They will just take your money and there will be nothing you can do about it. You will not get a single dime back. They are crude people who steal from the poor. A class action lawsuit is underway for all those that were robbed from this company anyway. 

  • 2cents

    perhaps by new law they are referring to the one recently implemented by ftc in 2010. It seems the details of this law makes it “definable” to those still offering settlement that all consumers must have full disclosure of the good, the bad, and ugly about the settlement process. NOTE: i am not the ftc law and don’t claim to speak for them. however, the ftc has clearly outlined the grounds in which settlement companies must adhere to.

    I know of many debt settlement services that never once bothered about covering these details and just sold! sold! sold! The end result was shady services and an increase of bad situations for those needing debt relief.

  • Steve Rhode

    What new law are you referring to when you say “Luckily, the new laws make it more definable to have your debts settled?”

  • Concerned

    First, take a breather – – you’re seriously over extended. What you speak of is a common situation many have experienced over these past few years. Luckily, the new laws make it more definable to have your debts settled. Its a tough situation when wages are garnished. I feel for you. Its a vicious cycle this thing we call “debt.” But I can tell you first hand, World Law is a top global law firm. What is your current business with them?

  • Jason

    Your going to lose your home because of empty promises from World Law? Not defending World Law as I know nothing about them, but the judgement didn’t happen over night as you had to be sued in which you were served, a judgement obtained and then you did not make arrangments to pay the judgement to have had your wages garnished, which probalby took several months from being served to where you are today. Why didn’t you quit paying World Law and deal with the judgement? Why didnt you look at filing a BK which would likely prevent (or now stop) the garnishment? The only thing I can think of that would cause you to lose your house is the fact that they are taking part of your paycheck and you can not make the payment, but if you quit paying World Law, you should have all of that money to put toward your house payment for the time being. Also you could could talk to a laywer about filing a “claim of exemption” to stop the garnishment. Of course I would assume World Law would be willing to do these things for you since you are paying them and they are supposed to be a Law Firm.

    Using World Law or anyone may have been a huge mistake, but lets take some responsibility for the situation here. You can’t put all the blame on someone else but you could always seek a refund from World Law if they broke their promises and file BK and use that money and the BK to save your home.

    I’m sure someone will chime in am being to hard on you. Please feel free to provide more details of your situation and your emply promises.

  • David Eisenburg

    i started working with world law plan to settle my debt and now my paycheck is being garnished. i’m going to lose my home and be on the street with my family because of the empty promises i recieved from world law plan people.

  • David Eisenburg

    i started working with world law plan to settle my debt and now my paycheck is being garnished. i’m going to lose my home and be on the street with my family because of the empty promises i recieved from world law plan people.

    • Jason

      Your going to lose your home because of empty promises from World Law? Not defending World Law as I know nothing about them, but the judgement didn’t happen over night as you had to be sued in which you were served, a judgement obtained and then you did not make arrangments to pay the judgement to have had your wages garnished, which probalby took several months from being served to where you are today. Why didn’t you quit paying World Law and deal with the judgement? Why didnt you look at filing a BK which would likely prevent (or now stop) the garnishment? The only thing I can think of that would cause you to lose your house is the fact that they are taking part of your paycheck and you can not make the payment, but if you quit paying World Law, you should have all of that money to put toward your house payment for the time being. Also you could could talk to a laywer about filing a “claim of exemption” to stop the garnishment. Of course I would assume World Law would be willing to do these things for you since you are paying them and they are supposed to be a Law Firm.

      Using World Law or anyone may have been a huge mistake, but lets take some responsibility for the situation here. You can’t put all the blame on someone else but you could always seek a refund from World Law if they broke their promises and file BK and use that money and the BK to save your home.

      I’m sure someone will chime in am being to hard on you. Please feel free to provide more details of your situation and your emply promises.

    • Concerned

      First, take a breather – – you’re seriously over extended. What you speak of is a common situation many have experienced over these past few years. Luckily, the new laws make it more definable to have your debts settled. Its a tough situation when wages are garnished. I feel for you. Its a vicious cycle this thing we call “debt.” But I can tell you first hand, World Law is a top global law firm. What is your current business with them?

      • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

        What new law are you referring to when you say “Luckily, the new laws make it more definable to have your debts settled?”

      • 2cents

        perhaps by new law they are referring to the one recently implemented by ftc in 2010. It seems the details of this law makes it “definable” to those still offering settlement that all consumers must have full disclosure of the good, the bad, and ugly about the settlement process. NOTE: i am not the ftc law and don’t claim to speak for them. however, the ftc has clearly outlined the grounds in which settlement companies must adhere to.

        I know of many debt settlement services that never once bothered about covering these details and just sold! sold! sold! The end result was shady services and an increase of bad situations for those needing debt relief.

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