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Nation Wide Consumer Debt Relief Took My Money and Did Not Refinance My Student Loans

Written by Steve Rhode

“Dear Steve,

it has been over 5 months I have paid NWCDR $1500 to refinance my student loan. Nothing happened so far, and all emails I am sending them is coming back to me. Unfortunately this is SCAM…..

Mr Blackmon called me in January since then no phone calls and his email address is not working. I have paid him $1500 in 3 installments.

He has another employee name David A Proffer with tel # 858-531-8554. He is the one who had me sign the agreement so they could refinance my student loan. I have completed my payments in November 2012. Until today I did not see any progress nor any effort to communicate with me.
I do not know where to complain.

Here you have one of 3 payment receipts I made to NWCDR

General Information
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Merchant Account: nwcdr.com
Date/Time : 10/10/2012 11:35:14 AM CDT

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Transaction Information
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Transaction Amount : $500.00
Transaction Type : Card Sale
Response : Approved
AVS Results : Exact match, 5-character numeric ZIP
CSC Results : CVV2/CVC2 Match

This is the second receipt,

General Information
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Merchant Account: nwcdr.com
Date/Time : 11/13/2012 11:01:11 AM CST

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Transaction Information
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Transaction Amount : $499.00
Transaction Type : Card Sale
Response : Approved
AVS Results : Exact match, 5-character numeric ZIP
CSC Results : CVV2/CVC2 Match

Hi;

I was told to pay $1499 to have my student loan refinanced by you guys but now I feel I am scammed because nobody from your end contacts me and nobody answers my calls

> Date: Fri, 23 Nov 2012 16:01:04 -0500
> From: [email protected]
> Subject:
>
> Hi our office is not open today. Someone will call you Monday with an
update. Thanks NWCDR.

money-torn

Dear Resat,

I’m so sorry to hear about your troubles and difficulties.

Paying $1,500 to refinance your student loans is a tragedy, especially when you can consolidate your federal student loans directly through the Department of Education for free.

I would suggest you read and follow my guide How to Try to Get a Refund From a Debt Relief Company and follow all the steps in that guide, including filing official complaints if they don’t address your issue.

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  • Hello there. I’m Chris Livingston, a consumer lawyer, and I’d like to hear more about this. I don’t know if I can help you or not, but it looks like student loan assistance fraud is the next big thing and I’d like to learn all I can about it. Please call 910 876 7001 and I’ll be glad to talk to you.

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