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Consumers Still Prime Targets for Debt Settlement Bogus Mailings

I just received a submission from my I Buy Junk Mail program that serves as an example of the continued marketing that is going on to consumers with money troubles.

In just a week or so, one consumer received the three irritatingly deceptive mailers you see below. I’ve reported before on mailers sent bearing the same postal permit numbers, (Santa Ana, CA permit 507) and (Sacramento, CA permit 1297). What’s interesting is mailers from the same permits appear to be sent to the same consumer for different companies.

CDM Hardship Program – Manning Law

Bears serial number 192316.

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The inside states this notice is sent on behalf of Manning Law, APC.

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The 2013 Nationwide Debt Reduction Plan

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New Start Info

Bears number 011-AGH-4152916 and is for something called the New Start Info which describes itself as “a national advertising center contracted by both law firms and non-profit debt resolution companies.”

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