Readers of this site know how to play “Do They Comply.” But if this is your first time, take a look at the advertisement below and provide your feedback if you think the advertisement is fair and reasonable.
I was surfing online and the following ad stood out.
At first it appeared to be ad advertisement for ACCPros, a group of credit counseling companies.
But it’s not, in fact it is an advertisement for Delray Credit Counseling, a nonprofit credit counseling group.
It seemed to be making some rather bold claims so I clicked on it and landed on the Delray Credit Counseling website where I found some interesting information. Check the graphic below for the details.
It seems the appearance of “will” turns quickly into “may.” I’m also not sure how “typically” it stops collection calls. Does it stop calls immediately and for every consumer?
Frankly the first thing that jumped out at me was the front and center logo for AADMO, which has long since closed as a trade group. Hardly a confidence builder.
On the credit repair observation, let me direct you here for background information that might be helpful in your evaluation.
So cast your vote below. Provide your feedback on if you think the ad is a fair and accurate or does it mislead the consumer into believing it is by ACCPros and they are sure to receive the benefits claimed.
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