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Can You Believe Hess Kennedy Debt Settlement Mess Still in the Works?

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For those of us who have been involved in the debt relief industry, there are a couple of landmark events that created havoc for the industry and consumers. Take Ameridebt as an example. Or how about Allegro Law. But then again there were the Morgan Drexen and Legal Helpers Debt Resolution debacles. As an industry, if we are going to ... Read More »

    Is The Steadman Group Really Ed Cherry?

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    Earlier this month I received an email asking if a new website for The Steadman Group was really related to Ed Cherry. For readers who may not recognize the name, Edward Cherry has been a name floated around for some time in the debt relief world. You can click here for some past articles. I think the reader question came ... Read More »

      Edward Cherry Changes Name to Edward Gregory Steadman

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      A tipster (send in your tips here) sent in a tip that Edward Cherry legally changed his name in 2013 from Edward Cherry to Edward Gregory Steadman. Apparently this happened when he applied for the name change in May of 2013 but it was not finalized until July 2013. Normally a name change would be a huge non-news event but ... Read More »

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