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AFCC Member 1st Financial Center Allegedly Sends Out Deceptive Advertisement. Consumer Calls AFCC Mailer Misleading.

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A reader just sent me a tip about a mailer they just received. The reader said, “Just wanted to forward you the attached mailing I received from American Fair Credit Council that I found to be appallingly misleading.” The message really caught my eye. For those of us familiar with the American Fair Credit Counsel (AFCC) we recognize it as ... Read More »

    Should I Use the Financial Resolution Center to Manage My Debt? – John

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    “Dear Steve, I have high interest debt of about $15 K that I would like to manage better. I have two choices: Financial Resolution Center offered me debt relief. Or I can borrow from my 401K, that was recently halved by a divorce. I have enough in the 401K to borrow $15 K from, but that is roughly 1/4 of ... Read More »

      I’m Unemployed and Have a Huge HELOC to Pay. – Tom

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      “Dear Steve, My wife and I are 60 and she has a good income of about 88k. I usually make around 70k, but have been unemployed for 8 months now. We own our home, 225k on the HELOC and 64k on the 1st. The 1st will be paid in full in March of 2014. That will free up about $1900 ... Read More »

        Financial Resolution Center – Scam, Complaint, Review, or Praise?

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        Please share your experience with this debt relief company and provide your review and feedback, in the comments section below. The goal of this page is to allow people to share information that may be important to help others to make a more informed decision regarding their experience with this debt relief company. Here are some potential questions you might ... Read More »

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