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Consumer Services Protection Commission. What a Load of Crap!

Loyal readers of this site know I look at a lot of debt relief sites and sometimes write reviews of those sites. Well this site is so egregious it does not need a lengthy review. It’s just total crap.

The Department of Consumer Services Protection Commission pretends to be something it is not. It pretends to be a government protection agency, even trying to fool unsuspecting consumers with the domain name of gov-usdebtreform.net. It even rips off the FTC logo for use on the right hand side of the site.

The domain name is registered to:

Department of Consumer Services Protection Commision,
[email protected]
8000 IH 10 W
San Antonio, TX 78230

Want to see how at least one site is using this bogus agency? Take a look at U.S. Debt Care that promotes its membership as it solicits customers for the World law Legal Package. – Source

Sincerly,
Steve

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Steve Rhode

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12 Comments

  • Haters… This company didnt rip any one off, all he did was gather stupid consumers info that we interested in getting help on their financial burdens.. How stupid some people are!  Dont hate just cause whoever the person is behind the landing pages sells them to you fraud debt settlement companies!~ your the fraud people….

  • Well with the truth about TASC and USOBA out of the bag, these guys had to make up something else so they could get an official seal on their website.

  • Well with the truth about TASC and USOBA out of the bag, these guys had to make up something else so they could get an official seal on their website.

  • Im curious how long this website will remain up… Has anyone notified the FTC of this “thing”?

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