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Guardian Client Services / Guardian Services – Consumer Complaint – October 29, 2012

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Consumer Statement:

Oct 2010 the FTC passed a law prohibiting up front fees paid to debt settlement companies. Guardian Client Services in Irvine Ca. has been scamming clients into paying a $995.00 fee upon enrollment for what they call a “benefits package” which none other than a coupon book to places like McDonalds and fast food establishments. Guardian claims the $995.00 is paid to a third party and refuses any type of refund as the money paid was not to them. Here is a link to prove that the owner of Guardian is in fact the owner of “Pro-financial Education” the company paid for this $995.00 coupon book.

Consumer Action Taken:

Guardian refuses a refund and never provides Pro-financial Educations contact info for obvious reasons. I am a former employee of this company for over 3 years. It needs to be exposed. Over 3000 people deserve their money back.

Date This Problem Happened: October 15, 2012

State You Live in: California

Race/Ethnicity: White

Age Range: 21-35

Total Amount of Fee Paid:

Company Name: Guardian Client Services

Company Address:

17300 Redhill Ave
Suite 200
Irvine, CA 92614

Company Telephone Number:

Website of Company:

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1 Comment

  • I enrolled with guardian client services also and had to pay $995 when I enrolled a year ago and not one of my accounts have been settled. It seems they’ve had some staff turnover recently and all of the good employees are gone. Their customer service dept is absolutely clueless. My husband is canceling and demanding a full refund including the $995.00.

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