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I Got Half My Money Back From Legal Helpers Debt Resolution. – Levi

“Dear Steve,

I did your process with letter of refund, got no reply from Legal Helpers Debt Resolution, did what you said to do. LGHers offered $1600. of refund that was a little less than half, turned it down at first, then decided to take offer.

But Legal Helpers Debt Resolution would not take calls or talk to me . Sent Email to State Attorney General Said” I wanted to take $1600. refund. Attorney General sent Email to Legal Helpers Debt Resolution. 1 week later I had a check. Thanks

Federal Trade Com. wants all my paper work on Legalhelpers, should I continue and give FTC paper work ?

Levi”

Dear Levi,

For those that might not be aware the refund process you mentioned is located here.

Good news is that you got some of your money back. Congratulations.

If you want to help other people avoid the same issues you faced then cooperating with the FTC seems to be a good way to do that.

Please post your responses and follow-up messages to me on this in the comments section below.

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        • After the last flurry of Tonesal5 nonsensical responses I’ve decided to block Tonesal5 from the comments.

          While I always welcome an elevated conversation about topics, after giving Tonesal5 a very wide latitude to bring some value via comments, Tonesal5 is not adding any value or content Tonesal5 has been able to back up with verifiable facts. Instead the comments have been without added value and merit.

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