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Is American Remedy Center in California a Scam? – Jose

“Dear Steve,

We received by mail a letter from one company oferring help us with the mortgage payment reduction for our home in Florida. It’s law office named America Remedy Center in California.

The person in charge of my case request for sing a contract. And a payment of over $1000.00 dollars. How can I, know if this people really help or are a scam. Please help me with any information about America Remedy Center.


Dear Jose,

And yet again we have another website springing up that certainly looks suspiciously similar to National Remedy Center and Remedy Law. See Is National Remedy Center the Same as Remedy Law? – Kevin.

dangerFirst, let’s start with the fact that you got a mailer. It’s an advertising piece and the purpose is to try to sell you something.

in looking at the website I don’t see the California Bar attorney marketing disclaimer message on the site. There is nothing to indicate that it is actually backed by any attorney license.

I seriously doubt the sales person mentioned anything to you about the Mortgage Assistance Relief Services rule that says that most companies can’t charge an upfront fee.

I also thing you should look at How to Avoid Getting Scammed When Getting Debt Help so you can be better educated about how to protect yourself.

Another post you should read is Is Remedy Law the Same as Prudent Law with Pamela Gerber Gressier? – Karen

If you need mortgage help, instead of falling for an advance fee sales pitch, read How to Modify Your Mortgage for Free.

But let me ask you this, after looking at the information I’ve shared above, what do you think of the situation?

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

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  • phil

    Readers beware: Steve Rhode collects your computer IP address and sells your information to a debt company as a debt lead. Any time you find an attention-grabbing word like “scam” in a google header, prepare to be sold as a lead.

    • Steve Rhode

      That is ridiculous and flatly not true. You might want to see this previous reader question where I address a similar false allegation.

      Besides, what good would an IP address be to anyone anyway? You can’t tell who it belongs to. And since the site does not collect general user information, how would be even remotely sell information?

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