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Can Anyone Verify This Rumor About Legal Helpers Debt Resolution?

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I just received the following tip but have no way to verify if it is true or factual. Can anyone add any additional information and either confirm or deny the statement? I want to make sure it is reported factually. Hi Steve, I heard that legal helpers out of Illinois announced to all their processors and affiliates that they will ... Read More »

    Legal Helpers Debt Resolution Poked in MN Article

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    Legal Helpers Debt Resolution was the focus of a recent Minnesota newspaper article. According to the Star Tribune article, Legal Helpers Debt Resolution “did little for $10,000.” The North Mankato couple turned to Legal Helpers Debt Resolution, which agreed to negotiate with creditors to lower their debts. Over 14 months, they say, they paid the Chicago-based company $12,253, but only ... Read More »

      Legal Helpers Debt Resolution – Consumer Complaint – 3-16-2012

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      Date This Problem Happened: April 1, 2010 State You Live in: Ohio Race/Ethnicity: White Age Range: 36-50 Total Amount of Fee Paid: $8,000 Company Name: Legal Helpers Debt Resolution Company Address: PO BOX 14010, Irvine, california 92623 Company Telephone Number: 888-300-3555 Website of Company: legalhelpers.com Consumer Statement: To whom it may concern Hello my name is Gary I have an ... Read More »

        Nationwide Referral Services Says Sharing Fees With Lawyers for Debt Settlement Fees is Illegal

        A reader sent me a tip that a case between Safeguard Support Services and Legal Helpers Debt Resolution in Florida was still ongoing but in talks to settle. I’ve written about the case before. See Legal Helpers Debt Resolution Accused of Orchestrating Conspiracy by Safeguard. The reader said: The other and most recent has both sides mutually filing with the ... Read More »

          Whitman v. Legal Helpers Debt Resolution, Global Client Solutions, Macey Bankruptcy Law

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          On January 13, 2012 Jeanne Whitman filed suit against Legal Helpers Debt Resolution, Global Client Solutions, Macey Bankruptcy Law in South Carolina. The suit allegers the Defendants violated the South Carolina Consumer Protection Code, the South Carolina Unfair Trade Practices Act, acted fraudulently by representing it would provide legal services, made false and negligent misrepresentations, and the defendants conspired. This ... Read More »

            Macey Bankruptcy Law, Legal Helpers and Legal Helpers Debt Resolution Leads to Uncertainty

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            Not that long ago a consumer submitted a consumer complaint about Legal Helpers that lead to Macey Bankruptcy Law. You can read the complaint here. What struck me at the time was the aggressive comment that followed. The commuter said: This person’s complaint seems to be about Legal Helpers Debt Resolution, LLC. That is NOT Macey Bankruptcy Law, PC. Macey ... Read More »

              Should I Fire Legal Helpers Debt Resolution? – Lucy

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              I have been with Legal Helpers Debt Resolution since April 2010. As I’ve read from many others, they have faithfully accepted my monthly payments, via a Global Client Solutions account, but have not paid off anything. I was reading your steps to “fire” them, and I have a couple of questions please. I see below where the questions would be ... Read More »

                Can I Trust Legal Helpers Debt Resolution Center? – Vicki

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                Hi, My Husband and I are in our late 40’s. We have 2 kids in college, and we are in a LOT of debt, mostly credit cards. Never have missed any payments. Try to pay more than minimum (because we live on the credit cards alot). My husband has been laid off temporaily off and on this past year. Not ... Read More »

                  Macey Bankruptcy Law / Legal Helpers – Consumer Complaint – 12-21-2011

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                  Date This Problem Happened: April 1, 2011 State You Live in: Montana Race/Ethnicity: White Age Range: 51-65 Total Amount of Fee Paid: $6,792 Company Name: Legal Helpers [Note: a visit to the website given shows the new name is Macey Bankruptcy Law] Company Address: PO Box 14010 Irvine, CA 92623 Company Telephone Number: 888-211-9942 Website of Company: LegalHelpers.com [Site redirects ... Read More »

                    How Can I Join a Class Action Suit Against Legal Helpers Debt Resolution? – Patti

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                    We have submitted to the wiles of the Legal Helpers Debt Resolution and are seeing the same results as I read in your article. Can we join a class action suit against them? We are in Montana. Patti Read More »

                      Legal Helpers Debt Resolution – Consumer Complaint – 12-2-2011

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                      Date This Problem Happened: April 25, 2011 State You Live in: Illinois Race/Ethnicity: White Age Range: 51-65 Total Amount of Fee Paid: $1,155 Company Name: Legal Helpers Debt Resolution Company Address: 233 S Wacker Dr Ste 4900 Chicago, IL 60606-6372 – Source Company Telephone Number: 877-596-6865 – Source Website of Company: lhdr.com, legalhelpersdr.com – Source Consumer Statement: My husband and ... Read More »

                        Legal Helpers Debt Resolution and Rise Above Debt Relief Named in Suit

                        “Dear Steve, don’t you ever get tired of writing about lawsuits that involve Legal Helpers Debt Resolution?” “Yes!” A lawsuit filed against Legal Helpers Debt Resolution, Thomas Macey, Jeffrey Aleman, Jeffrey Hyslip, Jason Searns, Rise Above Debt Relief, Jeffrey Dumas, and Jeff Boulton in Ohio was recently moved to Federal Court. The case is Carl Burks & Danielle Burks against ... Read More »

                          Legal Helpers Debt Resolution and JEM Group Named in Ohio Suit

                          A suit filed in Ohio has just been recently remove to Federal Court. The suit is Theodore Mangosh and Linda Mangosh v. Legal Helpers Debt Resolution, Thomas Macey, Jeffrey Aleman, Jeffrey Hyslip, Jason Searns, JEM Group, Joanne Garneau, and Arthur Garneau. The suit states, “Among the most recent conspiracies, this action arises for a coordinated scheme devised by Defendants with ... Read More »

                            Financial Solution Legal Center Turned My Account Over to Legal Helpers Debt Resolution. – Weezy

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                            “Dear Steve, I was with legal helpers debt resolution since 2010 — I was originally with Financial Solution Legal Services — they turned my account over to LHDR – they have not settled the 4 accounts I had with them 3 Discover accounts and 1 CHASE The CHASE account has been sold to Palisades and it is listed on my ... Read More »

                              Legal Helpers Debt Resolution Settled Three of My Debts But I’m Not Happy. – Rebecca

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                              “Dear Steve, I signed up with Legal Helpers Debt Resolution in November of last year. Three accounts have been settled, but I am not happy with them at all. They never call me back or answer my emails, just all of a sudden told me I haven’t been charged a $49.00 a month maintenance fee and are going to start ... Read More »

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