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Otto Berges Not Out of the Credit Repair Pot of Trouble

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In a case I can’t believe is still ongoing is the one filed against attorney Otto Berges in Florida. You can check the related articles below to see past times he has appeared on the site. According to the most recent court document the story is Berges took over or purchased the book of debt settlement business from Law Office ... Read More »

    Consumer Protection Counsel – Consumer Complaint – November 8, 2014

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    Consumer Statement: Consumer protection counsel has taken monthly payments from me in the amount of $330.17 for 84 months which are attorney fees. Fees being paid to an attorney to represent my student loans or so I thought. I began this process with them a year ago, and nothing has been resolved. They dont contac you back, they dont provide ... Read More »

      Otto Berges and Consumer Protection Counsel Back in Court Again

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      I previously published a story about an outfit out of Florida being challenged in court over allegations they were selling credit repair services. See this story. Well some of the same players are back in it again. This new suit names Berges Law Group, Otto Berges, Consumer Protection Counsel, Debt Be Gone, and Gregory Fishman. Well apparently a couple of ... Read More »

        Berges Law Group and Consumer Protection Counsel Still in Suit With a Twist

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        I got my hands on a copy of a recent court document on a suit by a consumer against Otto Berges, Berges Law Group, Paralegal Staff Support, and Consumer Protection Counsel. The suit out of Wisconsin alleges the companies and entities may have been intertwined in a effort to sell credit repair services. The motion from Judge Griesbach says, “the ... Read More »

          Perplexing Suit Filed Against Consumer Protection Counsel and Others

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          A reader brought a recent lawsuit filed by Betty Bennett against Otto Berges, Berges Law Group, Consumer Protection Counsel, Debt Be Gone, Paralegal Staff Support, and United Legal Group. What had me scratching my head was the complaint says, “In or around September 2013, a person alleging to work for Defendant Consumer Protection Counsel contacted Ms. Bennett, offering to help ... Read More »

            New York Goes After Companies Offering Student Loan Assistance

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            Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced today that his newly established Student Protection Unit took its first official action by issuing subpoenas to 13 student debt relief companies as part of an investigation into concerns about potentially misleading advertising, improper fees, and other consumer protection problems in that industry. In particular, the Department of Financial Services’ (DFS) Student Protection Unit is ... Read More »

              Consumer Protection Counsel in Florida Raises Questions

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              A company called Consumer Protection Counsel in Florida has raised some questions for me and I’m hoping readers can provide some feedback about them. What I heard was Consumer Protection Counsel, PA was allegedly going to charge a consumer more than $50,000 to deal with student loan issues. What made this curious and worth asking for public feedback was the ... Read More »

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