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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.

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  • 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?
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Steve Rhode

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  • Military Debt Management Agency claims to be a non-profit to get people out of debt. What they forget to disclose is out of the monthly payment they receive from clients to pay their creditors is they take a fee from that payment. Leaving a result as a non-profit charging a fee for service. The FTC stresses that debt managment programs to claim to be a non-profit and charge fees every month without the consumer’s knowledge, until the consumer demands a written review which MDMA doesn’t like to send, shows the fee. They also do not negotiate with some accounts, yet tell you they do and when receiving a statement showing a payment to a creditor from them, it is the same interest and fees that originally existed. Full of excuses and their solutions are always “Let’s remove this creditor and adjust your monthly payment to us”.

  • Military Debt Management Agency claims to be a non-profit to get people out of debt. What they forget to disclose is out of the monthly payment they receive from clients to pay their creditors is they take a fee from that payment. Leaving a result as a non-profit charging a fee for service. The FTC stresses that debt managment programs to claim to be a non-profit and charge fees every month without the consumer’s knowledge, until the consumer demands a written review which MDMA doesn’t like to send, shows the fee. They also do not negotiate with some accounts, yet tell you they do and when receiving a statement showing a payment to a creditor from them, it is the same interest and fees that originally existed. Full of excuses and their solutions are always “Let’s remove this creditor and adjust your monthly payment to us”.

  • Military Debt Management Agency claims to be a non-profit to get people out of debt. What they forget to disclose is out of the monthly payment they receive from clients to pay their creditors is they take a fee from that payment. Leaving a result as a non-profit charging a fee for service. The FTC stresses that debt managment programs to claim to be a non-profit and charge fees every month without the consumer’s knowledge, until the consumer demands a written review which MDMA doesn’t like to send, shows the fee. They also do not negotiate with some accounts, yet tell you they do and when receiving a statement showing a payment to a creditor from them, it is the same interest and fees that originally existed. Full of excuses and their solutions are always “Let’s remove this creditor and adjust your monthly payment to us”.

  • Military Debt Management Agency claims to be a non-profit to get people out of debt. What they forget to disclose is out of the monthly payment they receive from clients to pay their creditors is they take a fee from that payment. Leaving a result as a non-profit charging a fee for service. The FTC stresses that debt managment programs to claim to be a non-profit and charge fees every month without the consumer’s knowledge, until the consumer demands a written review which MDMA doesn’t like to send, shows the fee. They also do not negotiate with some accounts, yet tell you they do and when receiving a statement showing a payment to a creditor from them, it is the same interest and fees that originally existed. Full of excuses and their solutions are always “Let’s remove this creditor and adjust your monthly payment to us”.

    • I’ve consolidated with them before and everything worked well. They are a legit non-profit 501(c)3 company. I made sure to do my research before signing up. They have been in business since 1997 and you don’t stay in business that long as a non-profit if you arent legit. when I spoke to my lawyer about a non-profit charging fees, which they disclosed BEFORE I signed anything, he said that is not unusual (they have to keep the lights on and doors open somehow). they told me how much I would save and after I did my research on them I was sold. I saved thousands with the lower interest and years it would take to pay off my
      Cards. I’d recommend military debt in a second. I don’t know how you can bash this organization? That’s what raises my eyebrow! —- satisfied and debt free!!!!

      • I have worked at MDMA, they are legit, however I do know and have worked for “501(c)3” companies that have been around much longer that MDMA and are scammers. Please dont rely on the amount of time any company has been in business it has no bearing on weather they are legit or not. If you need Debt management assistance the best thing to do is call one of your creditors and ask them for a list of credible DMP companies that they work with.

  • Nice information.And now a days there are a lot of facilities offering by different banks so that to increase the user rate.And recently military credit cards are offering the best facilities.The best thing about this card is it automatically pays you the rewards in your account monthly without the usual $50 minimum like most credit cards.

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