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

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:

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Company Name: Guardian Client Services

Company Address:

17300 Redhill Ave
Suite 200
Irvine, CA 92614

Company Telephone Number:

Website of Company: guardianclientservices.com


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