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Bogus U.S. Debt Reduction Initiative Form T-09-A Still Being Sent Out

In June, 2010 the BBB released a copy of a bogus mailer that was being sent to consumers. I published a copy of that mailer here.

It appears despite warnings that the mailer was deceptive, it is still going out.

Here is an image of the envelope and mailer that I received from a tipster (send in your tips here).

If you compare that to the mailer in the past article you won’t see a whole lot of difference in the approach.

The mailer is still deceptive and misleading in my book.

I called the number on the mailer, 866-403-7945 and it was answered and said to be DMB Financial.

DMB Financial makes all sorts of claims on their site about being a leader, see below, but it just seems that this mailer is not something that a certified “leading provider” would want to send out. – Source

If you know someone that has received this mailer, tell them it can’t be trusted or believed. It is not from a government agency, there is no such program, and it is an advertisement to fool someone into calling about this fake program.


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