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Financial Help Services in the News But in the Wrong Way

BBB Financial Help Services

A reader sent me a story about a Ft. Lauderdale debt relief company, Financial Help Services. It appears the Bobby Blackmon company has run into what is either an issue of not paying creditors for his Debt Management Plan clients or a serious case of poorly explained client expectations with creditors. In a bizarre move, Blackmon spoke to WSVN television ... Read More »

    Nation Wide Consumer Debt Relief Took My Money and Did Not Refinance My Student Loans

    money-torn

    “Dear Steve, it has been over 5 months I have paid NWCDR $1500 to refinance my student loan. Nothing happened so far, and all emails I am sending them is coming back to me. Unfortunately this is SCAM….. Mr Blackmon called me in January since then no phone calls and his email address is not working. I have paid him ... Read More »

      Nation Wide Consumer Debt Relief – Review. Are They a Scam?

      Audit Stamp Shows Financial Accounting Examination

      Company Name Nation Wide Consumer Debt Relief Our Impression of What the Company Offers to Consumers My initial reaction is their claim to be able to improve your credit score for an advance fee seems to run into trouble with the Fair Credit Organizations Act. For a company that’s been around since 2006, they don’t appear to have spent any ... Read More »

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