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Fast Debt Solutions – Consumer Complaint – 4-3-2012

Written by Consumer

Date This Problem Happened: April 2, 2012

State You Live in: Texas

Race/Ethnicity: White

Age Range: 21-35

Total Amount of Fee Paid: $15,000

Company Name: Fast Debt Solutions

Company Address: Carrolton, Texas

Company Telephone Number: 469-619-8035

Website of Company: fastdebtsolutions.com

Consumer Statement:

Back in 2007 I contacted Fast Debt Solutions about getting my debt under control. I had about 12k in credit card debt (2 cards) and it seemed like I was getting buried with it. I signed up for thier program, stopped by on the card cards and actually paid on off. In 2009, I was able to make my last payment to FDS and settle the credit card company. I was served to appear in a court and I wasnt going to do that. I thought that I had this all behind me until I recieved a letter the other from a law firm about the debt I thought I had paid off. I still had FDS’s phone number, so I called it. Number disconnected. Then I Googled FDS and that’s how I found this website. My question is: What am I supposed to do with this letter for debt that I thought I had paid off? I have received phone calls and they even have called me parents house! Can you please help with this nightmare?

Consumer Action Taken:

Fast Debt Solutions is out of business.


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