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Century Mitigations Announces Debt Settlement Getting Into Credit Counseling

Century Mitigations

This is the second time today I’ve seen the message that debt settlement companies are embracing credit counseling and going to start offering that service. The first mention was about a presentation by The Association of Settlement Companies (TASC) regarding training that was going to be offered to its members. State and Federal Compliance: How to Market and Sell Safely ... Read More »

    Should I Take Legal Helpers Debt Resolution to Small Claims Court? – Levi

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    “Dear Steve, Hired Legalhelpers 2/2/10 , I become disabled 3yrs. ago, But still had business credit card debt . I payed legalhelpers for a year , They said they deal with Chase credit , Chase credit said they didn’t deal with legalhelpers . I ended being sued by Chase on 2 Chase accounts.after a year. I didn’t have enough money ... Read More »

      Legal Helper Debt Resolution Lawsuits Picking Up Steam

      LHDR Cases

      A tipster (send in your tips here) sent me something about a Legal helpers Debt Resolution case I’ve already covered but it made me wonder if there were more cases that had been recently filed in U.S. district courts against Legal Helpers Debt Resolution. So I went and looked. Maybe I had not seen the timeline before or put together ... Read More »

        Legal Helpers Debt Resolution – High Upfront Fees and Commissioned Sales People Create The Perfect Storm For Unsuspecting Consumers

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        The following guest post was submitted by Damon Day. Damon is a Financial Consultant and a Debt Coach. Through his website he offers advice, tips and strategies for consumers to get out of debt without falling victim to predatory debt relief firms you see advertised everywhere. If you would like an unbiased consultation and a step by step plan to ... Read More »

          Are You at Risk of Refunds Back Two Years if Your Debt Settlement Clients File Bankruptcy? Legal Helpers Debt Resolution Judgment Says Yes.

          Not long ago I was having a conversation with someone and we were talking about the big refunds debt settlement companies may face from having charged consumers advanced fees for services but not delivered them. The point was also mentioned that for debt settlement clients that enrolled in and paid fees for debt settlement services that later filed bankruptcy, for ... Read More »

            Legal Helpers Debt Resolution Lawsuit May Just be the Primer to Kill Most Attorney Model Debt Settlement Groups

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            For some it was only a matter of time before a regulator took a swipe at the attorney model debt settlement approach. Well today the mystery was solved of who it would be. Attorney General Lisa Madigan, a hero of many for standing up for consumers, answered the call and filed suit today against Legal Helpers Debt Resolution, headquartered out ... Read More »

              Details on Suit Filed Against Legal Helpers Debt Resolution by Illinois Attorney General Madigan

              U.S. National Debt Relief Plan

              For the sake of disclosure, everything below is what is alleged in the lawsuit against Legal Helpers Debt Resolution, also known as Macey, Aleman, Hyslip & Searns. The suit kicks attorney model debt settlement and says it is no better than service delivered by a non-law-firm debt settlement provider. LHDR rarely, if ever, negotiates settlements with all of consumer’s creditors. Read More »

                It Begins. Illinois AG Sues Legal Helpers Debt Resolution.

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                Yesterday Lisa Madigan, the Illinois Attorney General filed suit against Legal Helpers Debt Resolution, PC. Legal Newsline is reporting that Legal Helpers Debt Resolution “allegedly charged upfront fees for its debt settlement services, but went back on its promises. Legal Helpers Debt Resolution LLC allegedly charged consumers with promises to make them debt free. The consumers’ debt was never relieved, ... Read More »

                  Another Legal Helpers Debt Resolution Site Grows Out of Freedom Debt Center

                  I was reading a ripoff report complaint against Freedom Debt Center and when I clicked on the link for www.freedomdebtcenter.com it forwarded me to debtresolutioncenter.com which is owned by Jawad Nesheiwat. – Source, Source This is interesting because this is yet another site that pretends to be a law firm operating as Legal helpers Debt Resolution but is most likely ... Read More »

                    Legal Helpers Debt Resolution and a Whole Bunch of Others Just Served With a Class Action

                    A tipster (send in your tips here) directed my attention to a recent class action suit file in New Jersey against a whole host of Legal Helper Debt Resolution friends. In fact the suit names the salesperson involved in the sale of these debt relief services. That will be a cold splash of water for many debt relief salespeople. Here ... Read More »

                      Legal Helpers Apparently Getting into Credit Counseling and Tax Settlement

                      LH Drehwing

                      Yet another Legal Helpers Debt Resolutions business development manager has come forward. How many business development managers does the company have. This one is associated with a different URL so is each URL a different business unit? Confusing to say the least. The business development manager for Legal Helpers in this email is listed as mdrehwing@lhdrhelp.com. The one the other ... Read More »

                        Let’s See if We Can Figure Out the Players in This Legal Helpers Debt Resolution Marketing Pitch

                        LHDR Marketing

                        I just published a story about Legal Helpers Debt Resolution being hit with a class action suit in Washington. And then in my inbox lands an email with the Legal Helpers Debt Resolution marketing pitch. I’ve covered something like this before and I’d pass writing about it again but in light of the new class action suit I decided to ... Read More »

                          Legal Helpers Debt Resolution Hit With Class Action Lawsuit

                          Thanks to a tipster (send in your tips here) I got a heads up on a class action lawsuit just filed in Washington. The suit was filed against Legal Helpers Debt Resolution, LLC, JEM Group, Inc, and Marshall Banks, LLC. Marshall Banks is said to be a lead generator and marketer of debt relief programs. This is interesting in light ... Read More »

                            Mortgage Modification Letter Gives the Telephone Number of Legal Helpers Debt Resolution?

                            Priemer Consulting Group

                            The strangest tip just came in from someone that was helping a consumer with their mortgage problem. The tipster (send in your tips here) said: I got a call from a client. He’s the seller of a short sale we’re about to close on this month. His message, “I finally got my loan mod, it just came in the mail ... Read More »

                              Legal Helpers Debt Resolution Steps Up and Answers Questions Raised by Tipster

                              Not long ago I published a list of questions about Legal Helpers Debt Resolution. See Working on Legal Helpers Story. Need Help With These Questions. I received an answer from Jason Searns, Esq., Managing Partner, from Legal Helpers. Below you will find his answers to the questions posed to the public. The questions in that previous story looking for information ... Read More »

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