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Able Debt Settlement Vanished On Me. Where Did They Go? – Rebecca

“Dear Steve, i have worked with able debt settlement, based out of irving, tx for the last 2 years. they have helped me settle 2 out of 6 accounts. now that i have paid all their ‘service fees’ i cannot seem to get a hold of them – no response to phone calls or emails. i just filed a complaint ... Read More »

    I’m Worried Able Debt Settlement is Going to Go Out of Business Before They Settle My Debts. – Cheryl

    “Dear Steve, I listed 2 debts with Able Debt almost 5 years ago. One settled; the other Citibank has not yet settled. Able has gone into a Chapter 11 bankruptcy and when I called their office today found out that Tiffany was no longer there. They have one girl working in their office. Her name is Sandra. I’m wondering if ... Read More »

      My Company, Able Debt Settlement Went Bankrupt. What Now? – Juan

      “Dear Steve, What is a good debt solution company that i can use ? I have Able Debt solution and i just found out that there in bankrupty. And i just got sued by one of the credit card company that i owe money, and dont know what to do. please help Thanks, Juan ” Dear Juan, Well you are ... 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 »

          Tipster Says, “Look at American Debt Buster University”

          American Debt Buster University

          I get a lot of tips sent to me that ask me to take a look at a number of issues in the debt relief world. Most come through the confidential tip form on the site. This tip asked me to take a look at something called the “American Debt Buster University.” The university is located here and claims to ... Read More »

            Able Debt Settlement – Scam, Complaint, Review, or Praise?

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            Please share your experience with this debt relief company and provide your review and feedback, in the comments section below. The goal of this page is to allow people to share information that may be important to help others to make a more informed decision regarding their experience with this debt relief company. Here are some potential questions you might ... Read More »

              The Elusive USOBA Membership List Made Public

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              Below you will find a document that was given to me by a USOBA member with a soul. They sent it to me at tips@getoutofdebt.org. I’ve actually had this for some time and I was giving the United States Organization of Bankruptcy Alternatives (USOBA) multiple chances to release to me a current membership list. After repeated requests, they simply ignored ... Read More »

                Able Debt Settlement Spanked by West Virginia Attorney General

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                Able Debt Settlement, Inc., of Irving, Texas, was stopped from doing any business in West Virginia by the Circuit Court of Kanawha County as of May 14, 2009. Attorney General Darrell McGraw sued Able Debt Settlement last month, seeking injunctive relief and restitution for consumers who paid for debt settlement services they never received. Able, formerly of Dallas, Texas, claims ... Read More »

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