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I’m a Bit Leary of Fast Track Debt Relief But I Just Joined Them. – Bart

“Dear Damon,

Hello, I just joined Fast Track debt solution and I’m a little leary, I owe creditors 20,000 and I just don’t want to get scamed.

I just joined fast track debt solutions are they for real or are they a scam artist company?

Bart”

Hello Bart,

Regarding Fast Track Debt Relief, here is what I said to another consumer who recently asked me about them.

Regarding Fast Track Debt Relief, my initial response is no way would I touch them. It is my understanding that they are simply a debt settlement sales affiliate for Legal Helpers Debt Resolution. In my opinion, Legal Helpers Debt Resolution represents everything that is wrong with the debt settlement industry. They are for the most part simply collecting fees upfront and forwarding most of that to Fast Track Debt Relief for making the sale. (“The Sale” is what it is all about in my opinion.)

Now that being said, I do not have a current copy of their contract, but if you want to send a copy of it to me, I will be happy to review it for free. However, if it is just a contract to enroll into the Legal Helpers Debt Resolution program so you can start sending most of your money to them in the form of fees, then I don’t need to see the contract to tell you to run screaming from that thing.

Because you have already joined them, I would highly recommend you send me the contract right away and I will review it and give you my opinion on whether you should opt out now before you get in to deep.

You can contact me through my website.

Damon is a talented independent debt coach that provides in-depth assistance and consultations for people struggling with debt. If you want a personal debt coach to help you through a difficult situation or want assistance to find secret discounts offered by debt settlement companies I think Damon Day is an excellent person to contact for advice and assistance. He can be reached directly at DamonDay.com

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Damon Day

Damon Day is a talented Debt Coach who offers fee based consultations to consumers as an alternative to the typical free debt relief consultations which are nothing more than thinly veiled sales pitches lacking any real information to help a consumer make a good decision. You can learn more about how he can protect you from getting ripped off at DamonDay.com

20 Comments

  • RUN AWAY – far away from them!  They claim to be able to settle your cc debts for a much lower price, but they do not.  You wind up in the “program” for much longer than what they claim.  You can settle your cc debt with the credit cards themselves for the same if not LESS than what Fast Track offers.  Be LEARY also because if you try to discontinue with them your money is GONE.  They operate like used car salesman with empty promises and aggressive dialogue if you want to get out.

  • Slanted View? Can you give me a specific example where I am wrong?

    Funny how the only people that ever attack me are debt settlement sales people, and if you google any of the companies that I warn consumers about, you will find many consumer complaints, regulatory actions, lawsuits etc.

     
    Sales people get paid only when they sell their debt settlement programs. I get paid the same amount of money from my client regardless of what solution they need.
     
    So logically which one us would have the slanted view of the reality of how most debt setttlement programs are screwing clients?

  •  Slanted View? Can you give me a specific example where I am wrong?

    Funny how the only people that ever attack me are debt settlement sales people, and if you google any of the companies that I warn consumers about, you will find many consumer complaints, regulatory actions, lawsuits etc.

     
    Sales people get paid only when they sell their debt settlement programs. I get paid the same amount of money from my client regardless of what solution they need.
     
    So logically which one us would have the slanted view of the reality of how most debt setttlement programs are screwing clients?

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