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Amazing How Hypocritical You Are Steve Rhode

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Someone just posted the following comment, on a post about Lloyd Ward, which actually creates a perfect segue for me to finally write an article I’ve had percolating for some time. While some of the claims made by the commenter are skewed, it is true that back in the early 2000s the non-profit group that I ran did charge some ... Read More »

    Debt Relief Marketers Advised to Avoid Any of These Items

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    A tipster (send in your tips here) forwarded me the marketing agreement of a debt relief company that its affiliates must sign. It is a big document and I’m working my way through it but I did want to point out what the agreement says the marketer cannot say. What do you think, will a marketer steer clear of these ... Read More »

      What I Learned From Selling Debt Relief Services. What I Got Wrong and Right On the Front Lines.

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      I had this idea for an article to look back to my early days in the debt relief world, back when I was running Myvesta, a non-profit credit counseling group, and show you examples of what I did wrong and learned from the experience. The irony is people don’t realize when I review a site today and point of mistakes ... Read More »

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