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Kirkland Young & Attorney Aid Companies Pay 2.2 Million and Banned from Mortgage Relief Business

Under a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission, two companies and three individuals are banned from the mortgage relief services business and must relinquish $2.2 million in assets for consumer refunds. The action is part of the FTC’s ongoing effort to stop scams that target financially strapped homeowners seeking mortgage relief. In November 2009, the FTC alleged that Kirkland Young ... Read More »

    Kirkland Young Took Our Money for a Loan Modification and Ran. – Vickie

    Ready to Collapse

    “Dear Steve, I WAS INVOLVED WITH THIS KIRKLAND YOUNG AND THEY TOOK 1,700.00 DOLLARS OUT OF MY BOYFRIENDS ACCOUNT FOR A LOAN MODIFICATION PROGRAM AND NOW I CAN’T GET AHOLD OF ANYBODY TO TRY GETTING MY MONEY BACK. DO YOU HAVE ANY SUGGESTIONS AS TO WHAT I SHOULD DO? IS IT POSSIBLE FOR US TO GET OUR MONEY BACK? Vickie” ... Read More »

      Attorney Aid, ABK Consultants, and Kirkland Young All Charged in Loan Modification Scam

      Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum announced he has filed a lawsuit against three businesses operating in Miami-Dade County, their principles and affiliated attorneys on allegations of deceptive and unfair trade practices regarding their involvement in a foreclosure rescue scam affecting homeowners nationwide. The Attorney General’s Economic Crimes Division began investigating Kirkland Young LLC, in July after receiving numerous consumer complaints ... Read More »

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