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Freedom Debt Relief Out of Colorado

By on July 11, 2013

A tipster (send in your tips here) alerted me to the fact the State of Colorado is now reporting that as of July 1, 2013 Freedom Debt Relief has had their license cancelled or revoked and reports a disciplinary action.

Apparently, Freedom is no longer allowed to enroll new Colorado clients, or collect fees from new OR EXISTING Colorado clients.

The action apparently also covers all their registered names: Freedom Debt Relief, Freedom Debt, Freedom Debt Help, Freedom Debt Relief USA, Freedom Debt Reduction, Debt Resolution Partners, Debt OK, Pacific Debt Relief, Freedom Financial Network, Freedomplus.com, and New Debt Relief.

Freedom was first registered in Colorado in early 2009. – Source


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