A tipster (send in your tips here) and reader sent in an email and thought we should play another round of Do They Comply with the website of Practical Debt Relief.
For those new to the game, Do They Comply is where debt relief professionals review the online marketing of a company and provide comment about if the advertising is complaint with rules covering debt relief advertisements.
The link this tipster (send in your tips here) sent in led to this page. – Source
I placed some arrows on the image to draw your attention to some key areas.
I also noticed that when I looked at the settlement presented by US Bank that while the settlements said they were recent, they were not. Nor can I find any statement to put these settlements into context with all other US Bank settlements they may have received.
The dates on the settlements were:
- January 20, 2010
- May 25, 2010
- April 28, 2010
- December 29, 2009
- October 26, 2009
- October 7, 2009
- April 23, 2010
- January 27, 2010
- January 13, 2010
- December 15, 2009
So what do you think, is this online marketing fair, compliant and good to go or does it need some help and attention to avoid trouble?
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