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Meracord to be New Name for NoteWorld

By on December 9, 2011
Meracord to be New Name for NoteWorld

For some reason, it appears NoteWorld is changing their name to Meracord on January 9, 2012.

You may wonder, what does Meracord mean? According to the document a tipster (send in your tips here) sent me, “It is associated with the words “merit” and “accord” and represents NoteWorld’s passion for integrity and honor. It embodies NoteWorld’s philosophy of providing services that reflect trust, expertise and honor.”

As of November 12, 2011 the domain name for Meracord.com was registered to NoteWorld, LLC.

NoteWorld says the name change is due to the fact, “NoteWorld has expanded their services so they can process payments in any market or industry.”

You may be wondering if this means NoteWorld is leaving the debt settlement industry. “NoteWorld is not leaving the debt settlement industry. They will continue to provide the valuable service of accurately and efficiently processing your payments and protecting your hard-earned money. They are also currently setting up new clients and will continue to do so.”

Meracord is said to be the same company as NoteWorld, LLC with the same owner, employees and telephone numbers. I did a search of the Washington Secretary of State records and there was no separate entry for Meracord.

As of the date of the change of name you will still be able to access noteworldreporter.com information by going to my promise.meracord.com and email addresses will change from @noteworld.com to @meracord.com. – Source

If you try to visit Meracord.com right now all you get is:

I think what we are witnessing is rebranding at its finest.

It appears this has been in the works for some time. NoteWorld, LLC applied for the Meracord trademark on August 9, 2011. – Source


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6 Comments

  1. Charles Kass

    October 20, 2012 at 9:02 pm

    My colleagues in the Debt Settlement space have just had their
    accounts frozen from Meracord and the clients which they servicing will not be receiving
    any settlements or service for that matter. Mercord seems to be running a Ponzi Scam and it
    appears that they just change their name ever time they get popped.

  2. Mark H

    December 9, 2011 at 6:52 pm

    Steve, if you’ve ever talked to these people you’d know they’re a good bunch. Sure, they may have made some mistakes, but unlike Global they do not work with any company that accepts up front fees through an “exemptions.”

    You didn’t say to the contrary, but I think the re branding effort is fair based on the nasty past of the industry that they got dragged into. 

    • Steve Rhode

      December 9, 2011 at 7:05 pm

      I agree.

      • Linda Remsberg

        January 13, 2012 at 6:57 pm

        Steve, I want to thank you for your comments. We at Meracord have worked hard for over a year to arrive at a Name and Brand which simply reflected who we are within our walls. Meracord, Contractual Payment Services, does that.
        Our first value to achieve our Mission is “Rigourously comply with regulations for our customer’s protection”. This seemed much easier when we first determined it than it has turned out to be in these tumultous times. However, we remain “Rigoursouly” committed.  Your encouragement means alot.

        • Steve Rhode

          January 14, 2012 at 9:36 am

          Nice to have you drop in. Thanks.

  3. Mark H

    December 9, 2011 at 6:52 pm

    Steve, if you’ve ever talked to these people you’d know they’re a good bunch. Sure, they may have made some mistakes, but unlike Global they do not work with any company that accepts up front fees through an “exemptions.”

    You didn’t say to the contrary, but I think the re branding effort is fair based on the nasty past of the industry that they got dragged into. 

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