Military Debt Management Agency – Scam, Complaint, Review, or Praise?

Please share your experience with this debt relief company and provide your review and feedback, in the comments section below.

The goal of this page is to allow people to share information that may be important to help others to make a more informed decision regarding their experience with this debt relief company. Here are some potential questions you might be able to provide feedback about.

  • How did you feel about the customer service experience you received?
  • Was the company easy to communicate with before or after you became a client?
  • Did the company respond to your communications promptly?
  • What were the fees charged for the services you received?
  • Did the company give you the terms and conditions for the program you were interested in before you gave them any personal information?
  • Was the program successful for you and accomplish the goals you had when you entered the program?
  • Did you have a really good experience you can share?
  • Did you have a bad experience you want to share?
  • Is there any other information you’d like people to know that might be considering the services of this company?

It is important to understand when reading comments below that they are the opinions of the individual posters and may not be representative of the overall impression of all consumers that may have or have not used the debt relief services of this company. But everyone does deserve to have an opportunity to express their opinion, even the debt relief company itself, be it good, bad, or indifferent.

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34 thoughts on “Military Debt Management Agency – Scam, Complaint, Review, or Praise?”

      • They gave me the option to pay these debts off without the damage to my credit that bankruptcy would have had. Kind of a silly question to ask Steve? I think if anyone had the option to pay their debts off without damage to their credit as oppose to bankruptcy, which severely damages credit, it’s an easy choice to go with this company and avoid the courts and all that jazz.
        I was seriously considering i=bankruptcy until I spoke to military debt management agency. They helped me do a budget and see if we could work out a monthly payment that i can afford without being broke all the time. It didnt take long for all my creditors to accept me into their program.
        Once all that happened, they gave me counseling on how to avoid this in the future and be responsible with my credit cards. I always looked at credit as a type of “extra income” and they explained, really thoughtfully, not condescending like other people I have spoken with, that its not extra income whatsoever. It seems so obvious now but hindsight is 20/20 I suppose.
        I was really scared for a long time. They held my hand and helped me through every step of the way.

        • But bankruptcy does not necessarily severely damage credit?

          It’s not a silly question.

          The real question here is what was the ultimate cost to you in repaying the debt versus rebuilding your credit early and building a emergency fund early.

          If you could easily afford your bills then neither a credit counseling program or bankruptcy would have been appropriate.

        • Janice,

          It’ve very odd that several people have come in here posting positive comments under different names but from the same computer. (Jeff, Intelligent One, Rich)

          I’m afraid we will have to mark the messages as spam.


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