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BeginToSave Sends Out Advanced Fee Debt Relief Mailer

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An amazing reader, Rhodesey, sent in a new debt relief mailer through my I Buy Junk Mail program. It certainly looks like this a rehash of the old debt settlement mailers we used to see. The fine print at the bottom says “Begintosave is a national advertising center contracted by both local law firms and non-profit debt resolution companies.” Outside ... Read More »

    They Say I Can Get Rid of My Debt Because of Dept of Treasury Publication 4681

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    “Dear Steve, I am currently experiencing a financial hardship and looking for help. I keep receiving mail from an Assistance Center. I’ve received two different mailings that are basically the same but with different phone numbers. I called one number and I just had a bad feeling about the legitimacy of it. Both notifications reference the Dept of Treasury Publication ... Read More »

      How Can I Stop These Official Looking Government Mailings for Debt Relief? – CB

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      “Dear Steve, Hi. I am getting mailings from services offering debt relief, etc. A lot of these mailings look like official government papers. I am working thru my debt and do not want to be on any more mailings. I recently did the opt-out with the credit bureaus and have mailed the companies that have sent these items to me ... Read More »

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