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Working on Legal Helpers Story. Need Help With These Questions.

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I’m working on a story about Legal Helpers Debt Resolution and looking for help, advice, comments or information from tipster (send in your tips here)s and consumers on the following questions that have arisen as part of my investigation. Is the main Chicago office a “call center”? Are employees penalized for spending too much time on the phone with consumers? ... Read More »

    Legal Helpers Debt Resolution Email in Search of Marketers

    Legal Helpers Marketing

    A tipster (send in your tips here) forwarded me this email, image below, that Legal Helpers Debt Resolution is forwarding in search of companies in the debt relief world that want to “Make Money Next Week.” It is certainly an interesting approach for a law firm to take and it did strike me that they are pushing the conversion to ... Read More »

      I Just Spoke to Someone With Legal Helpers Debt Resolution and I Am Not Sure About This Plan. – Liz

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      I am searching for the best solution for taking care of my credit card debt, which is around $16,000. I just spoke to someone with Legal Helpers Debt Resolution and I am not sure about this plan. And I have been reading the posts on your website regarding debt settlements and now I don’t think this is the way to ... Read More »

        So That’s How Legal Helpers Debt Resolution Finds Attorneys – Craigslist

        Legal Helpers Craigslist

        A tipster (send in your tips here) sent in this listing from Craigslist. Personally, wouldn’t you think that the best attorneys would be found by contacting them directly rather than through Craigslist? Here is the ad: “National consumer law firm seeks to affiliate with local attorney. (Helena) Date: 2010-10-13, 11:43AM MDT Reply to: [email protected] [Errors when replying to ads?] Prominent ... Read More »

          Tipster Wonders, How Does Legal Helpers Debt Resolution Avoid Legal Fee Splitting?

          Thanks to all the great readers, I get the most amazing tip emails and items. Today I received one from a reader who raised some interesting questions. The folks at Legal Helpers Debt Resolution seem to be a very smart group of people but the tipster (send in your tips here) and others have concerns about their model. The issue ... Read More »

            Legal Helpers Debt Resolution Mailer

            Legal Helpers Debt Resolution Letter

            An awesome tipster (send in your tips here) just sent me a copy of the following letter received by a consumer that was being solicited for debt settlement services. What would be intriguing to find out is how they received the consumer name and mailing address. On this previous post a commenter said according to Florida Bar rules “Lawfirms and ... Read More »

              Legal Helpers Debt Resolution Promised Me So Many Things. How Do I Get Out? – Claire

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              “Dear Steve, Well In October 2009 I had a contract with Legal Helpers Debt Resolutuon, they promise so many things to me. First I had to give them all the credit card companies I owed , our debt total about $40,000 and they told us they could reduce it by $22,000. I searched many companies and found that this was ... Read More »

                Legal Helpers Bankruptcy – Debt Relief Television Commercial

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                Commercial Name: Legal Helpers Debt Resolution Bankruptcy Record Date: 11-8-2010 Network/Channel: Retro TV Description: 1-800-509-2000. This is a very interesting commercial. Legal Helpers has created a large network of affiliates and agents to sell debt settlement services to people they say can avoid bankruptcy. At the same time Legal Helpers runs the commercial below promoting bankruptcy and telling people to ... Read More »

                  I Am An Attorney Affiliate of Legal Helpers Debt Resolution (LHDR) But Have Concerns

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                  “Dear Steve, I am an attorney affiliate for LHDR. They have told me that it complies with FTC regulation because I am having a face to face meeting. In addition they have added a litigation defense clause in their agreement so it is not merely a loop hole to the FTC. My concern is after the fees are paid what ... Read More »

                    Legal Helpers Debt Resolution Makes Odd BBB Claim and Says Bankruptcy is Better Than Debt Settlement

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                    A tipster (send in your tips here) sent me an email and pointed out the following prominently placed statement on the Legal Helpers Debt Resolution website ( CREDIBLE Legal Helpers Debt Resolution is a true national law firm with offices in 50 states. They have a favorable rating with the BBB and all attorneys are licensed with their state bar ... Read More »

                      My Mother Went With Legal Helpers Debt Resolution and Got Sued. – Kimberly

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                      My mother signed a contract with Legal Helpers Debt Resolution about 6 months ago. She has been making her monthly payments on time (she signed up for the 4 month plan) and has recently been served with a lawsuit by one of the credit card companies. She has received limited communication from LHDR. The most recent letter indicated that now ... Read More »

                        Legal Helpers Debt Resolution Was Marketing Using the Economic Stimulus Act. – Mary

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                        I’m in a bind, where I’m having trouble paying two massive (29.99 percent) credit card bills and have lots of other expenses (three kids and their assorted expenses). I got a solicitation that, after calling the 877 number and asking as many questions as I could, turned out to be from Legal Helpers Debt Resolution. I’m dubious, because the solicitation ... Read More »

                          I Am a Current LHDR Client. – Anita

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                          I read in your 9/27 discussion online that the old contract will not be used in one month because it is being revised to be FTC compliant and that there will be face to face meetings with an atty. Does this change the contracts that current LDHR clients are under? Anita It’s time to put debt behind you and start ... Read More »

                            Legal Helpers Debt Resolution Beta Testing Face-to-Face Meetings

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                            A tipster (send in your tips here) sent me information that Legal Helpers Debt Resolution is moving ahead with their plan to continue selling advanced fee debt settlement services through their “hopefully” complaint avoidance of the new FTC telemarketing sales rules. Apparently in the Los Angeles – Orange County area they have had some agents going out and meeting with ... Read More »

                              Legal Helpers Debt Resolution New Operating Standards for Marketing and Front End Services

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                              A confidential tipster (send in your tips here) has sent in the following document that appears to cover the marketing operation of Legal Helpers Debt Resolution following the implementation of the Federal Trade Commission Telemarketing Sales Rules that cover debt relief service providers. The tipster (send in your tips here) asked the following questions. Seeing that I’m away right now ... Read More »

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