I’m just over 60, widowed, and am beginning to think anyone over 55 have targets painted on our backs.
.A few days ago I got a call from someone one from a Financial Advisors company in florida. They wanted to “help me” with my credit card debt.
Seemed odd since I pay off my debt each month, I am still operating the company my husband and I opened over 25 years ago.
He reminded me of a barker at a carnival. World Law would do this for me, World Law would do that for me, they’d send a paralegal or attorney assistant (some damn flunkie, I think) to me to “help me” with the contract.
I may be old but I am not stupid. I did some searching. I cannot find this so called law firm listed with the bar in four states that I checked, Florida, AZ, TX or CA. I can’t find a Secretary of State listing for them or for the Financial Advisor outfit. I can’t find a BBB that says good things about them:
I also can’t find a history of them before the last year or so.
I am sick and tired of being preyed upon by those who think old equals stupid. This is your particular area of expertise, perhaps you can expose these charlatans.
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Thanks for reaching out to me. I’ve written about World Law before but your impression of the pitch was interesting.
I was intrigued that they were reaching out to you when you were not delinquent.
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