An amazing reader sent in a new debt relief mailer through my I Buy Junk Mail program.
There is nothing super new in this mailer except I see the marketers are offering even more fantastic debt reduction claims of 70% settlements. Of course the problem with this, in this mailer, is there is no indication of who sent the mailer or the actual track record of the company this consumer will be connected with.
After all, the fine print does say the consumer is going to get referred to a non-profit or for-profit company. But in my opinion, the rest of the claims made are sales hype.
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1 thought on “It Never Ends. Another Debt Settlement Mailer or Something Like That.”
A “Certified Benefits Statement” that turns out to be just an offer for debt relief that was most likely obtained via a credit report for a non-permissible purpose in violation of the FCRA, sure seems to be violating some federal deceptive marketing laws. Hmm..