Freedom Debt Relief Out of Colorado

A tipster (send in your tips here) alerted me to the fact the State of Colorado is now reporting that as of July 1, 2013 Freedom Debt Relief has had their license cancelled or revoked and reports a disciplinary action. Apparently, Freedom is no longer allowed to enroll new Colorado clients, or collect fees from … Read more

Persels & Associates Named in Georgia Class Action With Host of Major Players in Debt Relief

On January 28, 2012 Carla Broyles, Charity Miaco and Melba Walker filed a class action lawsuit in Georgia against Persels & Associates, Ruther & Associates, Freedom Debt Relief, Consumer Law Associates, Amerix, Careone Services, Tiffany Rowe. The suit states it covers all Georgia resident debtors who have done business with Defendants since July 2003 to … Read more

Freedom Debt Relief Said Debt Settlement is Looking Like a Good Option for Us. – DeDe

“Dear Steve, My husband and I have nearley 100k in unsecured credit card debt. Our creditors are AMEX (55k), Chase, Capital One, Barclays Bank, JCPenney, and Bank of America. We alos owe the IRS about 10K. Due to the troubled economy, I recently lost my job and cannot seem to find another one. Due to … Read more

Freedom Debt Told Me Not to Speak to My Creditor. – Karen

“Dear Steve, I owe $26,000 in unsecured credit card debt, plus $6,000 in medical bills from 2008 and 2009. 6 months ago, I turned the $26,000 over to Freedom Debt. Of course, they are taking their fee out first, they have negotiated and settled one $1,700 account for about half. The last payment goes out … Read more

Eleven Companies Settle With The State Under New Debt-Management And Credit Counseling Regulations

Colorado Attorney General John Suthers announced 3-12-2009 that enforcement actions taken under debt management laws that came into effect last year have resulted in settlements from 11 companies. “In this current economy, consumers need to be particularly careful about offers to eliminate debts and erase negative information from credit records,” Attorney General John Suthers said. … Read more