Debt Relief Industry Do They Comply? Marketing

DRO, Debt Relief Options. Let’s Play “Do They Comply?”

Today’s candidate for Do They Comply was sent in by a regular tipster (send in your tips here). It’s a good example to use for out little compliance game.

Of interest is the column showing the saving example. I bet Freedom Debt Relief would have some advice to give on that issue after their recent settlements with states.


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8 Comments

  • oops I forgot with all the penalties and interest that continues to accrue while waiting for a settlement to complete, than most likely they will end up saving ZERO~!

  • not only that, according to their math they are speculating if the client chooses their debt settlement plan that they will be out of debt in 2.8 years on a $250 payment which the total cost would come out to be $5,299. NOT! 2.8yrs = 33 months. They fail to calculate $250 x 33= $8250. This plan will get you a hugh savings of $1750 out of the $10,000 debt you owe if you go with their settlement program. Where do I sign George?

  • What a horrible example! They actually show Credit Counseling with a LOWER monthly payment than Debt Settlement. If the client can afford Credit Counseling, why in the world would they opt for defaulting on their debts in hope of reaching settlements?

  • What a horrible example! They actually show Credit Counseling with a LOWER monthly payment than Debt Settlement. If the client can afford Credit Counseling, why in the world would they opt for defaulting on their debts in hope of reaching settlements?

      • not only that, according to their math they are speculating if the client chooses their debt settlement plan that they will be out of debt in 2.8 years on a $250 payment which the total cost would come out to be $5,299. NOT! 2.8yrs = 33 months. They fail to calculate $250 x 33= $8250. This plan will get you a hugh savings of $1750 out of the $10,000 debt you owe if you go with their settlement program. Where do I sign George?

        • oops I forgot with all the penalties and interest that continues to accrue while waiting for a settlement to complete, than most likely they will end up saving ZERO~!

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