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CuraDebt – World Law Group – Consumer Complaint – 2-1-2012

Update April 30, 2015

CuraDebt reported an error with this post.

“We suggest that this complaint is removed as it’s not meant for us.

CuraDebt takes complaints very seriously and would love the opportunity to clear this issue. It’s important that you understand that CuraDebt was a referral company back in 2012. All we did was provide free counseling service. If he was referred to World Law Group and signed a contract with them, they were the ones in charge of handling his accounts and drafting his payments. CuraDebt did not receive any payments from clients back then.

It seems there was a misunderstanding of which company he signed a contract with. When he states the following, he is referring to World Law and not us:

“I went with CuraDebt . I paid 3 pymts. of $571.90. In Dec., I called to tell them I had changed bnk. accounts. Gave all the info.. .. still they drafted it out of the old acct. I was closing the old acct. so I had a low balance. I asked them to refund the $570.90 plus $80.00 for insufficient and overdrawn fees. They did not answer my calls last week , so I e-mailed ” Kevin”.and asked to be dis enrolled.I had also discovered that out of $570.90
their fees left only $130.00.. ​“

We want to make sure it’s clear that CuraDebt and World Law are not the same company.

With this being said, we are requesting that this complaint be removed, as it contains false information.

Thank you

Lina Velez
CuraDebt
Banks, Schwartz & Levitz”

Date This Problem Happened: January 30, 2012

State You Live in: Texas

Race/Ethnicity: White

Age Range: 65+

Total Amount of Fee Paid: $1,795.70

Company Name: CuraDebt, also World Law Group

Company Address:

12655 N. Central Expressway
Suite 800
Dallas, Texas 75243

Company Telephone Number: 888-538-5868

Website of Company: worldlawplan.com

Consumer Statement:

I went with CuraDebt . I paid 3 pymts. of $571.90. In Dec., I called to tell them I had changed bnk. accounts. Gave all the info.. .. still they drafted it out of the old acct. I was closing the old acct. so I had a low balance. I asked them to refund the $570.90 plus $80.00 for insufficient and overdrawn fees. They did not answer my calls last week , so I e-mailed ” Kevin”.and asked to be dis enrolled.I had also discovered that out of $570.90 their fees left only $130.00.. I owe about $54000.00 so I would probably be dead by the time the first credit card was resolved.

Consumer Action Taken:

Tonight I checked the old acct. and discovered I was only reimbursed $370.05.They really aren’t communicating with me.In one e-mail I got a one word reply. I have a really scathing e-mail that is unbelievable.

Note:

The Myvesta Foundation sent a letter to the company at the address given or found and asked them to publicly respond to this complaint.


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