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The National Consumer Hardship Program Mailer

Well it looks like possibly misleading debt reduction mailers are still being sent out by that old postal permit 1297 in Sacramento, California. This one is for something that looks like a government check when you glance at it from the outside.

The mailer is really for something called The National Consumer Hardship Program.

And the fake check even goes so far as to have fake routing numbers on the bottom of it to apparently fool people. It is signed by John L. Clark and drawn on no bank because it’s a fake.

An amazing reader Ted sent in a new debt relief mailer through my I Buy Junk Mail program.

The image is a bit blurry but still, mad thanks to the consumer that sent it in.


But here is the funny part. The inside of the mailer refers to the program by two names., National Distressed Asset Relief Program and The National Consumer Hardship Program.

The language on the inside resembles many of the debt settlement mailers sent out over the past years and promises big debt reductions, avoid negative public records, and become debt free in 12-36 months. Of course there is no information or proof to back up those claims. And there is no proof or specifics to identify who the sender of this mailer is.



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