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Is Consumer Debt Initiative of National Credit Assistance a Scam? – Christina

“Dear Steve,

I think this is a scam, but wanted to check and see if you have seen this company before.

Christina”

Dear Christina,

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Let’s look at the letter you got for what it is, a sales pitch to sell you debt relief services. The correspondence hides behind and pretends to be something that it is not.

The mailer has an official seal that says National Credit Assistance and references something that sounds like a government program, the “Economic Stimulus Act.”

This mailer appears to be a sales pitch for a debt settlement program. The advertised performance of being out of debt in 12-36 months and paying 50% is typical debt settlement marketing from the old days.

In fact it’s only the last line of this mailer that seems honest, “Existing consumer debt and settlement amounts are estimated and may vary based on individual situation.”

My impression of the mailer is that is a disingenuous pitch made to appear to be some official government program. If they are working so hard to make that appear to be something it’s not, what else are they lying about?

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