Debt Relief Industry Marketing

National Relief Shows You What NOT to Do.

A tipster (send in your tips here) sent me the link to the National Relief site and asked me to look at the top of the site.

Just my opinion, but that’s how a company gets a target on its back. I would strongly advise against anyone advertising using either “100% FTC Compliant” or the FTC logo on their site.

Sincerly,
Steve

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Steve Rhode

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2 Comments

  • The vast majority of consumers would have no idea what 100% FTC compliant means.
    I cannot imagine how having that on their site would do anything other than confuse people.
    Throw in the use of the seal and you have a company with serious balls.

    Clank much Nationwide?

  • The vast majority of consumers would have no idea what 100% FTC compliant means.
    I cannot imagine how having that on their site would do anything other than confuse people.
    Throw in the use of the seal and you have a company with serious balls.

    Clank much Nationwide?

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