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Progressive Debt Relief – Consumer Complaint – March 1, 2016

Consumer Complaint Submission
Written by Consumer

Consumer Statement:

I’m dealing with Progressive Debt Relief, they have my account number, once they took money out of my account there number is disconnected. Can you help me to get my money back and to deal with the creditors I owe. Yesterday one of the creditors called me saying that they have not received a payment. Give me suggestions on what I should do

Consumer Action Taken:

I have tried calling them.

Date This Problem Happened: February 13, 2016

State You Live in: Texas

Race/Ethnicity: Black or African-American

Age Range: 36-50

Total Amount of Fee Paid: $195

Company Name: Progressive Debt Relief

Company Address:

5703 Red Bug Lake Rd. ste.283
Winter Springs, FL 32708

Company Telephone Number: 877-590-1847

Website of Company: progressivedebtrelief.com


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2 Comments

  • Is there a consumer protection law that protect consumer from receiving bill from creditors in a font size that is unreadable? I received a bill and the font size must be a size 2 or 3 and they are telling me I only have 30 days to pay $3,555.00 !

    • I’m not immediately aware of a minimum font size that may be required. If you feel the bill is not compliant, and you have a timeline to deal with this issue, I would suggest you contact a local attorney who is licensed in your state, ASAP.

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