Debt Relief Industry Do They Comply?

Preferred Financial Services – PFS. Let’s Play “Do The Comply”

A tipster (send in your tips here) sent in a link to the Preferred Financial Services site and wanted to know if USOBA was keeping an eye on their members.

Thank you tipster (send in your tips here). I’ll forward this to USOBA so they can take a look at your request.

Do They Comply is our little insider game where we review a debt relief provider page and see if the statements made comply with current regulations regarding advertising. Take a look at the image below and provide your feedback if you spot any issue and/or problems that PFS could correct.

Any help and feedback you can provide is free advice and assistance for PFS to make things better.

The first thing that caught my eye was the bolded statement on the bottom of the page. It says, “Preferred Financial Services Corporation does not provide legal, tax or investment advice. If you need legal advice, legal expertise or court filings, you must seek the advice of a licensed attorney. *individual results may vary. This statement is an example of past performance and is not intended to be a guarantee of any future settlement results. Below this statement in smaller type and less conspicuous color include: Officers for Preferred Financial Services Corporation: Wayne Ahlquist, Lamont Milton.

What in the world is “Below this statement in smaller type and less conspicuous color” doing in the disclaimer. It looks like that was instructions for the web designer and not supposed to be part of the actual site. Odd.

The statements on the page might be a bit difficult to read but I’ve place some red arrows at some that caught my eye.

So let’s lend PFS a hand and help them to spot some issues that could use some attention. Post your comments and advice for PFS below.


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Steve Rhode

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