Scathing Report From Allegro Law Debt Settlement Bankruptcy Drags In Others

Allegro Law was an attorney model debt settlement company that charged advanced fees for services to consumers. The group previously fell and Keith Nelms, Esq. was subsequently disbarred and filed a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, taking client deposits with it. The Allegro Law debacle follows in line with the mess created previously by Hess Kennedy, another … Read more

Allegro Law Bankruptcy Puts Past Marketers at Financial Risk

In 2010 the attorney run debt settlement company Allegro Law imploded. It not only led to the bankruptcy of the debt settlement company but the disbarment of Andy Nelms, Esq. As I covered in the saga of Allegro Law and their subsequent bankruptcy, large amounts of money were paid to marketers to attract consumers to … Read more

The Elusive USOBA Membership List Made Public

Below you will find a document that was given to me by a USOBA member with a soul. They sent it to me at click here. I’ve actually had this for some time and I was giving the United States Organization of Bankruptcy Alternatives (USOBA) multiple chances to release to me a current membership list. … Read more

New York Times: Debt Settlement Industry is Nervous

If you are interested in the comings and goings of the debt settlement industry I think you’ll find the artcile in the New York Times titled “The Debt Settlement Industry Is Busy, but It’s a Bit Nervous, Too“, interesting. Noting “the legal firestorm that has subsumed the debt settlement industry” in recent years, Jeffrey Tenenbaum, … Read more