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United Debt Services Sends Official Notice Mailer That Makes Odd Sounding Statement

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An amazing reader Karen sent in a new debt relief mailer through my I Buy Junk Mail program. Karen lives in Alabama where she received this mailer for debt help from United Debt Services. The outside of the mailer says Official Notice and does not give the name of the company on the outside. It seems I’ve written about United ... Read More »

    BS CBAP Consumer Balance Assistance Program Mailer

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    An amazing reader Michael sent in a new debt relief mailer through my I Buy Junk Mail program. This mailer comes from something called the Consumer Balance Assistance Program (CBAP). The self mailer looks like an official document on the outside. At least it looks that way to me. The inside of the mailer has a fake check attached. While ... Read More »

      Yet Another Bullshit Debt Relief Mailer From Anonymous

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      Thanks to an awesome reader who received this recent debt relief mailer, I can share it with you. Just when you thought the debt settlement industry had cleaned up their act and was flying right, or at least a lot more level, comes this mailer. Again we have the standard deceptive mailer that appears to pretend to be an official ... Read More »

        Education Loan Network Mailer Raises Concerns for Reader

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        An amazing reader adalton sent in a new debt relief mailer through my I Buy Junk Mail program. The mailer if for an entity identified as Education Loan Network and mailed from postal permit 1297 in Sacramento, CA. The reader who submitted this mailer for review, said: “I noticed a couple red flags on this one: 1. This generically named ... Read More »

          Reader Sends n Student Loan Relief Group Mailer That Concerns Her

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          An amazing reader FTC Investigator sent in a new debt relief mailer through my I Buy Junk Mail program. The reader said this about the submission: “This is a very misleading letter as it states that I am eligible for the student loan reform act. It implies that there is some sort of government program that I have been pre-qualified ... Read More »

            Fake Looking Official Mailer for Student Loan Assistance

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            An amazing reader, Emily, sent in a new debt relief mailer through my I Buy Junk Mail program. As you can see from the outside the mailer does not identify the company and pretends to look like an official mailer. It comes from postal permit 1297 in Sacramento, California, which has been responsible for sending out other debt relief mailers. ... Read More »

              Town & Country Acceptance Corporation Debt Management Mailer

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              Town & Country Acceptance Corporation recently sent out the following postcard to residents in Ohio. Town & Country Acceptance Corporation describes themselves as a debt management company. – Source An amazing reader sent in a new debt relief mailer through my I Buy Junk Mail program. Get Out of Debt Guy – Twitter, G+, Facebook Need More Help? This offer ... Read More »

                2013 Nationwide Debt Reduction Plan Mailer is for Debt and Student Loans

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                As part of my I Buy Junk Mail program I received the following mailer that appears to be for an advanced fee debt settlement program called the 2013 Nationwide Debt Reduction Plan. The outside of the mailer looks like an official self mailer and has the familiar postal permit 1297 from Sacramento, California. The inside of the mailer appears to ... Read More »

                  Student Loan Assistance Center Marketing Mailer – I Buy Junk Mail

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                  Susan sent in the following mailer to me from a generic sounding company, Student Loan Assistance Center. She also noticed the letter had the same Judy Pratt signature as other debt relief mailers have. The last one I covered was from the Debt Reduction Department. Click here. For those who may not know, I Buy Junk Mail so be sure ... Read More »

                    Disturbing Student Loan Client Services Mailer to Watch Out For

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                    A reader has just sent in a mailer they received from an entity called Student Loan Client Services. Talk about a generic name. The mailer, which appears to pretend to be an official government mailer, and was sent from postal permit 1297 in Sacramento, California. The reader sent in the new debt relief mailer through my I Buy Junk Mail ... Read More »

                      The National Consumer Hardship Program Mailer

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                      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 ... Read More »

                        Sovereign Funding Sends Tribal Debt Consolidation Mailer to Consumers

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                        A reader sent in a mailer which struck us as interesting because it was sent from the same postal permit 1297 that many of the debt relief mailers we’ve written about in the past had been sent from. This mailer appears to promise a debt consolidation loan. The reader sent the mailer through my I Buy Junk Mail program. The ... Read More »

                          Merchant Growth Capital Mailer Concerns Reader

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                          A reader expressed concern about a mailer they received which looked to be a pre-approved check but instead turned out to be an offer for a loan. The reader sent in a new debt relief mailer through my I Buy Junk Mail program. The inside of the mailer appears to state the money is available for use and “You do ... Read More »

                            Debt Settlement Mailer From Frisco, Texas Raises Alarms

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                            Well here is yet another version of a debt settlement mailer being sent out to consumers. This one comes from Wichita, KS postal permit 1148. The address of the sender is 2611 Internet Blvd, #021, Frisco, Texas 75034. According to the BBB that is the address for United Debt Services. They list David Melrose as the owner. Melrose is also ... Read More »

                              Consumer Advocacy Assistance Mortgage Modification Mailer – Watch Out

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                              A group, Consumer Advocacy Assistance, who reports to being located in Laguna Hills, California sent a mortgage modification mailer to a consumer in New Jersey. The mailer appears to be an official mailer from the Loss Mitigation Administrative Office. Frankly it looks like the standard B.S. mortgage modification mailer many have received. An amazing reader Hanna sent in a new ... Read More »

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