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?”

  1. Do not use their sevices. They do not call their clients back, they do not respond to clients in a timely manner and yes, the person who wrote below is correct, they charge an additional fee without disclosing it on their agreement and claim to be a non-profit.

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  2. According to the FTC – any debt management company who claims to be a non-profit and collects fees are companies to stay away from. It’s written on their web site about this. Too many people are worse off than they started prior to going into a Debt Management Program. Worse – what these companies don’t tell you is creditors now have a contact to enter into a debt consulting area to do the same thing.

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  3. According to the FTC – any debt management company who claims to be a non-profit and collects fees are companies to stay away from. It’s written on their web site about this. Too many people are worse off than they started prior to going into a Debt Management Program. Worse – what these companies don’t tell you is creditors now have a contact to enter into a debt consulting area to do the same thing.

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  4. 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”.

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  5. 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”.

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