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Legal Helpers Debt Resolution – Consumer Complaint – 10-15-2012

By on October 15, 2012
Legal Helpers Debt Resolution – Consumer Complaint – 10-15-2012

Consumer Statement:

I received a call from Legal Helpers Debt Resolution, LLC.on February 2011 asking if I needed a debt relief plan. I was told that if I were sued I would have a lawyer in court with me and they would settle my debt for 65%. I was sued by Discover and I now have a judgement against me. LHDR also called me this week and said they could only settle my debt for 80% of my debt instead of the promised 65%. I have given them $8100 and they have kept $5000 for fees and retained $3100 for my creditors. I was promised to be debt free within 38 months. At the rate I was going it would have been 5 years to being debt free and paying $50,000 to pay-off $20,000 of debt. I have since left this plan, I am trying to get my $3100 from Global Client Solutions, and find an attorney to sue for misrepresentation of their original claims.

Consumer Action Taken:

I have wriiten the BBC in Chicago, stopped paying LHDR, contacted the Texas Attorney General. I am writing LHDR explaining I want a refund of all my money or I will sue them for 3 times the amount they took from me.

Date This Problem Happened: October 12, 2012

State You Live in: Texas

Race/Ethnicity: White

Age Range: 51-65

Total Amount of Fee Paid: $4,946

Company Name: Legal Helpers Debt Resolution

Company Address:

P.O. Box 60606-0451
Chicago, IL 60606-0451

Company Telephone Number: 800-464-9564

Website of Company: legalhelpersdr.com


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2 Comments

  1. jody

    October 23, 2012 at 6:55 pm

    I left their program and sent letters to BBB, Attorney General, and will talk to an attorney about recovering my $8500 also. LHDR is a criminal organization with free rein by the states to fleece consumers of their money with no consequences.

  2. Valerie

    October 23, 2012 at 6:16 pm

    I read the comment about the Discover lawsuit and I thought i was reading about myself. Same thing happening to me with LHDR. I am attempting to exit the program and I have paid them over $10,000 in the last year. Nothing to show for it and now a lawsuit to deal with.

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