Debt Settlement Lead Seller Targets Disabled and Elderly

I spotted this little nugget online. It’s a California based company that is selling debt settlement leads that appear to target people on SSI, pensions, or retirement. – Source

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8 thoughts on “Debt Settlement Lead Seller Targets Disabled and Elderly”

  1. Ouch, you got us. Exposing debt settlement scams seems to certainly be the definition I would use to prey on naive people. Ever wonder why consumers are not the ones in these forums complaining?

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  2. Steve –
    The fact that they are advertising via Craig’s list runs the big red flag up the pole.

    I would steer clear of craigs list advertisers for business related offers, buy a cheap lawnmore, find a garage sale, but don’t find your next business partner on craigs list. I mean come on ” exclusive and unused” leads? What is an exclusive used lead exactly? Is that kind of like my laundry detergent that makes my clothes whiter than white?

    Do a Google search for “debt relief leads” and take a look at the UNPAID listings – the ones underneath the highlighted top three listnigs. Google does the best job at filtering out spam and scam companies and presenting the most stable, long term, companies that relate to your search.
    Choose one of these companies to explore.

    PS: Any good lead company will show you the source of their leads such as the actual the website and or ad creative. And they will have NO CAP on their lead returns.

    Their are good live transfer companies. However often Live transfers simply mean an India based call center is calling every name in the whitepages each day, offering them some wild pitch and then transfering them off to you.

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  3. Steve –
    The fact that they are advertising via Craig’s list runs the big red flag up the pole.

    I would steer clear of craigs list advertisers for business related offers, buy a cheap lawnmore, find a garage sale, but don’t find your next business partner on craigs list. I mean come on ” exclusive and unused” leads? What is an exclusive used lead exactly? Is that kind of like my laundry detergent that makes my clothes whiter than white?

    Do a Google search for “debt relief leads” and take a look at the UNPAID listings – the ones underneath the highlighted top three listnigs. Google does the best job at filtering out spam and scam companies and presenting the most stable, long term, companies that relate to your search.
    Choose one of these companies to explore.

    PS: Any good lead company will show you the source of their leads such as the actual the website and or ad creative. And they will have NO CAP on their lead returns.

    Their are good live transfer companies. However often Live transfers simply mean an India based call center is calling every name in the whitepages each day, offering them some wild pitch and then transfering them off to you.

    Reply

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