For years I’ve said that if you are offering debt relief services in Connecticut, you should get licensed. The State has just announced the latest crop of companies that caught their attention. While I’ve always hoped these public disclosures would encourage debt relief companies to register, not all pay attention. It appears these folks didn’t get the message.
On August 1, 2014 the State announced a consent order with Thomas McKnight and Law Office of Thomas K. McKnight to pay $3,400 as a civil penalty. – Source
On August 12, 2014 Real Estate Solutions, Doc Prep 101, Mukluk was asked to pay $100,000 for offering services without a license. – Source
On August 27, 2014 Acocella Law Group entered into an agreement settling allegations it offered unlicensed service to residents. Frank Acocella, Esq. on behalf of The Acocella Law Group agreed to pay $5,000. – Source
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