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I’m Getting Calls That LHDR is in Bad Shape and May Be Put Out of Business. – Pat

“Dear Steve,

I signed up with Legal Helpers Debt Resolutions three years ago and have just made my last contracted payment to them this month. I had approximately $25,000 worth of credit card debt.

I paid my last contracted payment to them this month and now receive a call from some other company, claiming to be their processing company, telling me that LHDR is in bad financial straits and may be put out of business soon. However, if I pay this new company $39.95 a month, they will continue to negotiate my debt. I feel a scam here and was wondering if anyone else has had this happen to them? Is it coincidental that my last payment to them was this month and now I hear about their lawsuits? I think not but would like to know what you think. Thank you for your time.


Dear Pat,

Can you please give me some additional information on what company specifically is contacting you and what your address is for LHDR.

There was some issues surrounding Legal Helpers Debt Resolution but before I can point you in the right direction I need more information. Please provide all the specifics you can.

Please post your responses and follow-up messages to me on this in the comments section below.

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