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Is World Law Going to Get in Hot Water Letting Affiliates Run Wild with Marketing?

A tipster (send in your tips here) has sent in the following email and since it is well documented I’ll print it as is. Get Out of Debt Guy – Twitter, G+, Facebook Need More Help? Is World Law going to get in hot water letting affiliates run wild with marketing? On same page- http://www.debtelimination.co/ All Accounts Serviced and Negotiated ... Read More »

    Federal Housing Program Email. Warning.

    Online-ReliefServices.com

    A tipster (send in your tips here) sent in the following email they received. A while ago you inquired with us about a modification for xxxxxx xxxxx. This is an important notice regarding a Federal program now enables you to have xxxxx reviewed. This is a direct intervention for the first time to help people who are in imminent finciancial ... Read More »

      Canada Credit Fix Claims to Clear Your Bad Credit and Only Pay Ten Cents on the Dollar for Settlement

      Ten Cents on the Dollar

      A wonderful tipster (send in your tips here) brought the following company to my attention. Canada Credit Fix claims to be able to remove accurate but negative information from your credit report in Canada. They also claim to be able to settle debts for ten cents on the dollar. The tipster (send in your tips here) says they first heard ... Read More »

        Tipster Wants to Know What’s Going on With Debt Solutions Network

        A tipster (send in your tips here) sent in some concerns about Debt Solutions Network. Here is what they said: “In fact, Debt Solutions Network is still charging an upfront fee across all 50 states. See attached client agreement. I accessed DSN through this site: originally calling into Debt Free America. I’m wondering if they are licensed to do business ... Read More »

          Able Debt Settlement Files Bankruptcy in Texas

          A tipster (send in your tips here) wrote in to let me know Able Debt Settlement in Texas has filed bankruptcy. On 2-1-2011 they filed a Chapter 11 reorganization plan and listed 1,000-5,000 creditors. This leads me to believe they are listing their clients as creditors. – Source The list of creditors holding the 20 largest unsecured claims is comprised ... Read More »

            Maryland to Hold Important Hearing on Debt Settlement. Persels & Associates is Said to be Adamantly Opposed.

            Ready to Collapse

            The Maryland Consumer Right Coalition reached out to me to let me know about upcoming hearings in Maryland that involve debt settlement. Marceline White of the MCRC said, “There will be two hearings in the Maryland General Assembly next week on regulating the debt settlement industry within the state. The legislation recommends that lawyers that are principally engaged in debt ... Read More »

              Debt Settlement Fee Structure in Relationship to Client Success Rates

              Fee vs Success

              Debt settlement industry insider Scott Johnson sent me this interesting chart based on the numbers he has reviewed from the different models. His data shows consumers are graduating at higher rates and getting lower settlements from performance based debt settlement companies. He determined, a performance based debt settlement model will result in 57.5% of consumers paying back between 57% – ... Read More »

                Doug Sends In Debt Free Angels Mailer

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                A tipster (send in your tips here) reader sent in the following statement and advertisement they received. I received the attached advertisement in the mail so I went online to check them out and found the company reviewed on your site. I am so glad I did before I called them and I have also seen their commercial on the ... Read More »

                  Active Debt Solutions Addresses Tipster Issue

                  Active Debt Solutions, a member of the AACC, was the focus of an email sent in which said “I decided to dig up some dirt on the companies that Steve Rhode and his associates formed called the AACC. This is what I have found: – Active Debt is not licensed or bonded” So I asked Active Debt for a response ... Read More »

                    Here is How to Financially Screw Consumers With the Debt Double-Tap Method.

                    Compensation

                    A disturbing trend is becoming clear that some companies promoting lawyer backed debt relief services have in fact created a clever little model for cleaning out consumers and making twice as much money. Basically what happens is the lawyers get the exclusive client for essentially free since the consumer winds up paying the marketing costs of the affiliate selling them ... Read More »

                      $$$ Make a Lot of Money $$$ Selling Debt Settlement. At Least That’s What the Ad Says.

                      Lerner and Kaplan

                      A tipster (send in your tips here) sent me in a tip to look for the following advertisement. Apparently we’ve all been misled and the debt settlement industry is exploding with opportunity because the ad says debt settlement is a “fast expanding industry” and people can make a lot of money. The email address in the ad links back to ... Read More »

                        FTC Moves Against Loan Modification Text Spammer

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                        The Federal Trade Commission asked a federal judge to shut down an operation that allegedly blasted consumers with millions of illegal spam text messages, including many messages that deceptively advertised a mortgage modification website called “Loanmod-gov.net.” The FTC is asking the court to freeze the defendant’s assets. According to the FTC complaint, the defendant behind the operation, Phillip A. Flora, ... Read More »

                          SEO Campaign Goes Bad For Cyrus Global. Or Are They Just That Illiterate?

                          A tipster (send in your tips here) sent me an email and asked me to read the latest press release put out by Cyrus Global, a company I’ve written about before. The release linked to the company on the term Debt Settlement and looked like it should have also linked on Credit Card Debt at the bottom. Companies try to ... Read More »

                            Further Evidence Pool of Debt Relief Consumers is Shrinking

                            Search-Delinquency-Comparison

                            TransUnion just release its latest credit card delinquency numbers showing that 90 day lates are down 32 percent, year on year. “The ratio of bank card borrowers delinquent has flattened out considerably,” says TransUnion. This furthers my hypothesis that the reason demand for debt relief services is decreasing across all the major niches of debt relief, i.e. debt settlement, credit ... Read More »

                              Apparently American Financial Service Did Not Get the Memo on Advanced Fees

                              American Financial Service

                              A tipster (send in your tips here) sent me a link and asked me to look at the website for American Financial Service. The tipster (send in your tips here) said they were still claiming to charge an advanced fee for debt settlement services. Well sure enough, it does appear that American Financial Services does make the statement about charging ... Read More »

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