I agreed to a settlement program and have already paid more than the 15% in fees, because they say the first payments were not fees, but were setup charges. It was more than $7000 so it can’t be set up fees. They have made payments to the credit card companies but only one of them shows a 0 balance and I have not received settlement letters that they said I would receive from the bank. They have already debited Global for more than $1200 in excess fees above the 15% already paid and they say I owe more than $3000 more.
Should I close Global Solutions account and change my bank account to prevent more debits and what are my chances of getting back the $1200+ they have already overcharged me? My friends say take it to an attorney but I think the attorney would charge close to the $1200 in fees. Can I do this myself? I saw steps in the article above but my case is different because it is just a matter of them taking money upfront and overcharging.
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