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  • They Help Families Who Owe Too Much – Credit Counseling 1966

    Another look back in the history of credit counseling and debt relief help. After you read the article, be sure to check the original publication date at the bottom to see how many decades these same problems...

    • Posted November 15, 2012
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  • A New Way Out of Debt

    A New Way out of Debt In a growing number of cities, businessmen are getting together to offer a helping hand to those in financial hot water. Condensed from Empire: Murray Teigh Bloom In the fall of...

    • Posted January 19, 2011
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  • Those Schemes to Help You Pay Your Bills

    Another article as part of my research into the history of debt relief. I’ll let you read the article and try to guess what year this was written. You’ll find the answer at the bottom. Those Schemes...

    • Posted December 20, 2010
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  • “Debt Adjustment” – Meanest Racket Out

    “Debt Adjustment” – Meanest Racket Out by Murray Bloom “Get out of debt.” “Restore your credit without a loan.” “We can help you even if you’ve been turned down by everyone else. ” In the past two...

    • Posted July 31, 2010
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  • Why Running to the Attorney Model for Debt Settlement Seems Like a Bad Thing to Do for the Attorney

    Debt settlement companies right now are “running” to find lawyers to front their operations or to be the service providers of debt settlement services because the debt settlement industry feels attorneys are going to be exempt from...

    • Posted May 6, 2010
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  • New Regulations to Restrict Debt Settlement Forms Becomes Law, Now.

    Last year Attorney General Blumenthal in Connecticut fought to get new laws in place to protect consumers from debt settlement and debt negotiators that charge consumers and up-front fee to settle debts. The law has the following...

    • Posted September 28, 2009
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