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J. Hass Group Goes Missing. Offices Cleaned Out.

Thanks to a reader who alerted me to a story out of Arizona, the J. Hass Group, operating out of Scottsdale, Arizona has gone missing.

According to a local television station, teacher Patricia Aker heard a radio commercial for J. Hass Group and was told that for a $4,200 fee, the J. Hass Group could settle her debt.

After 17 months, Aker has paid $8,000 and only $1,200 found its way to her creditors.

The television station got involved.

“3 On Your Side got involved and discovered that the Arizona Department of Financial Institutions issued a cease and desist order against the J. Hass Group last September accusing it of “engaging in unlicensed activity as a debt management company.” The business was also ordered to pay a $50,000 penalty.

The J. Hass group has more than 150 complaints and an F-rating with the Better Business Bureau.

3 On Your Side contacted the J. Hass Group and in an email were told the business was sold to a foreign corporation late last year which might explain why their Scottsdale offices are cleared out. – Source

You can watch the news broadcast on this issue, below.

A visit to the J. Hass Group website at finds that it’s missing as well. All that’s found is what you see below.


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