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It was forwarded to me as an email that only contained the image.

Anyone know who is behind this and what the sales pitch is?


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  • I dont know “this” company, but I do know that one of the guest speakers of the TASC/AFCC show in Vegas in April of this year  (I think it was April) was a huge proponent of DS affiliate opportunities in Canada. The regulations were “a lot more welcoming” than US regulations.

    Seems as this has potential of being another issue.

    • There’s a big difference dealing with true Canadian servicing company who has been in business since 2004 and operating in full compliance with Canadian laws versus USA companies who have no business in Canada and are only in Canada because they can’t do business as usual after the FTC regulations. USA companies trying to operate in Canada have no clue how Canadian creditors view settlement and lots of people are being enrolled in programs that will fail and leave consumers in worse shape than before because of improper screening and underwriting. Settlement is only one option and only a handful of people are properly qualified from both an ethical and from a creditor viewpoint.

      Canada is not a big country and there is not 50 different states with 50 different sets of rules, it won’t take long for the media to expose additional bad actors just like everyone here viewed Vortex as a scam when it hit national news. Canadian regulators and the media does not take kindly to foreign companies who take advantage of Canadians… just watch..

  • I dont know “this” company, but I do know that one of the guest speakers of the TASC/AFCC show in Vegas in April of this year  (I think it was April) was a huge proponent of DS affiliate opportunities in Canada. The regulations were “a lot more welcoming” than US regulations.

    Seems as this has potential of being another issue.

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