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What About S.3264 Passing? What Are The Odds?

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David sent in the following question: Hello Steve, What do you think the chances are of the Debt Settlement Consumer Protection Act S.3264 passing? I was thinking since all up front fees are now banned, maybe that will clean up the industry and S.3264 might not be needed as much now. For those not familiar with S.3264 it is the ... Read More »

    I Am Going to be Dead Right on This. Fighting the FTC Rules Will Sink the Debt Settlement Industry.

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    Shenanigans and actions of the debt settlement industry members and their trade associations will do more to further limit the activities of the debt settlement industry. Rather than embrace the FTC rules and come out in support of fair and reasonable directives from the Federal Trade Commission to protect consumers from debt relief, debt settlement, and debt negotiation companies, groups ... Read More »

      TASC Does Not Seem to Get It. Quote Makes Me Question Their Version of Reality.

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      In an article on, Dave Leuthold, the executive director of The Association of Settlement Companies (TASC) and the CEO of Century Negotiations, Inc. (CNI) is quoted as making the following statement. “We’re disappointed that the FTC came out with this ruling, especially with regards to the advance fee ban,” Leuthold said in a telephone interview. “It’s just a fact ... Read More »

        The Debt Settlement Consumer Protection Act of 2010

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        As I said, a bill would be coming to control debt settlement companies and here it is. Of particular interest are the consumer groups that are part of the release. Consumers Union National Foundation for Credit Counseling Consumer Federation of America National Consumer Law Center Things are heating up in Debt Settlement. Illustration Credit: Steve Rhode Get Out of Debt ... Read More »

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