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Morgan Drexen Threatens Journalist and Free Speech. Demands All Mentions of Morgan Drexen be Removed.

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Yesterday this reporter and this media outlet received a letter from Morgan Drexen titled Morgan Drexen’s Demand to Cease and Desist Illegal Activity. Ultimately their demand is that this journalist and publication should “remove any and all reference to Morgan Drexen” as a condition “to Morgan Drexen agreeing not to pursue its damage claims against you.” The irony is that ... Read More »

    Morgan Drexen Loses Bronze Accreditation From DSCP

    A tipster (send in your tips here) brought the following item to my attention from the Debt Settlement Consumer Protection site. Morgan Drexen’s Accreditations have been revoked When we originally reviewed Morgan Drexen on Debt Settlement Consumer Protection, we gave them a bronze accreditation (lowest DSCP accreditation). Because of public outcry we have removed any accreditation from Morgan Drexen. Their ... Read More »

      How Do I Cancel a Debt Settlement Company Contract With Morgan Drexen. – Walter

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      How to cancel a debt settlement company contract The company is Morgan Drexen. I am in a very troubling situation. I signed up with a debt settlement law firm but after talking to them about the fees and all percentage paid for saving I want cancel but do not know if this is wise and what pitfalls if any to ... Read More »

        Harvey Z. Warren Publishes New Book, Drop Debt. Brings Back to Mind a Bit of FTC Past That Tangles In Walter Ledda, CEO of Morgan Drexen

        A couple of days ago I saw the press release for “Drop Debt” by Harvey Z. Warren and thought, “Hum, that names sounds familiar from the past.” In a twist of “what a small world it is” it came to me. There was a Harvey Warren that I remember getting slammed by the FTC a number of years ago for ... Read More »

          Sorry to Say I Also Have Fallen Into the Morgan Drexen Scam. – Alberto

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          “Dear Steve, sorry to say I also have fallen into the morgan drexen scam what should I do now ? file for bankrupt,or try to work with my creditors? I am currently unemployed.Or should I try The Obama credit relief program? Alberto” Dear Alberto, I’m not sure what you mean when you say you have fallen for the Morgan Drexen ... Read More »

            Offshore Debt Settlement, Morgan Drexen, Badges, Elizabeth Warren, Bed Intruder, CROA, and More – Podcast

            Here is this weeks podcast where Damon Day and I talk about a number of debt industry issues including: Debt settlement companies settling up offshore enterprises to sell services back to U.S. residents. The odd statements made in the recent Morgan Drexen press release. You can watch video from the release here. What is the Financial & International Independent News ... Read More »

              Attorney Assisted Debt Resolution Program Said to Be Different Than Debt Settlement. How Can That Be?

              In the video below put out by Morgan Drexen today and distributed with their press release (source), Walter Ledda, CEO says attorney assisted debt resolution is an alternative to debt settlement. Is it somehow magically different? [flashvideo file=/wp-content/uploads/MorganDrexen.flv /] At 0:37 and you will hear Ledda make comments to advise consumers to avoid bankruptcy. “Bankruptcy is the last resort for ... Read More »

                I Want to Cancel Out of Morgan Drexen But They Say I Still Have to Pay The Fee

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                “Dear Steve, I have been with Morgan Drexen for a couple of months now . I have a contract with them. so far they haven’t paid anything to my credit cards at all. they said they won’t start getting paid until about 7 or 8 months until my engagement fee is paid off with them which totals about 900.00 and ... Read More »

                  Morgan Drexen Not Telling The Whole Story on Fees? The Most Bizarre PR Encounter I’ve Ever Had.

                  What began as a simple story about a Morgan Drexen press release last week has turned into so much more. Last Friday I wrote “Is Debt Settlement Company Morgan Drexen a Flip-Flopper?” where I talked about their seemingly sudden switch from opposing the Federal Trade Commission effort to roll out new rules that regulate debt settlement companies, to applauding them. ... Read More »

                    Is Debt Settlement Company Morgan Drexen a Flip-Flopper?

                    Thanks to a great tipster (send in your tips here) I learned today that Morgan Drexen sent out a press release that was unbelievable. Debt settlement company Morgan Drexen was against nearly everything the FTC was working on in the proposed telemarketing sales rules. Even the Federal trade Commission says so in their final document. “One industry member [Morgan Drexen] ... Read More »

                      We Are Disabled. How Can I Get Out of My Morgan Drexen Contract? – Bob

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                      “Dear Steve, We just signed up with a company called MorganDrexen out of Anaheim, CA. and I just found out that they have an F rating with the BBB. Can we get out of this contract? They recceived our signed copy on Friday of last week. Please help us in any way you can. We are desparate. Thank you. Bob” ... Read More »

                        It’s What Morgan Drexen Doesn’t Say That’s Most Interesting

                        Debt settlement service provider/firm/whatever they are, Morgan Drexen issued the following press release in support of the FTC advance fee ban for debt settlement companies. Morgan Drexen Applauds the Regulatory Reform Bill The Financial Regulatory Reform Bill is Already Facing Criticism, Morgan Drexen President Steph Nagin Applauds the Reform Bill — This Will Help to Afford Consumers the Protection They ... Read More »

                          Morgan Drexen Debt Settlement Company Uses BP Oil Spill to Sell and Promote Their Services

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                          What do you think, is this video from Morgan Drexen and attorney Stephen Nagin capitalizing on the personal and economic disaster of the BP oil spill to try to sell attorney based debt settlement services? Comment. Discuss. Get Out of Debt Guy – Twitter, G+, Facebook Need More Help? I can always use your help. If you have a tip ... Read More »

                            CRL Says TASC and USOBA Harm Ordinary Families at the Hands of Debt Settlement Companies

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                            Here is another letter sent to the FTC in support of banning advance fees for debt settlement programs. It is notable for it’s strong statements and its well documented footnotes. Get Out of Debt Guy – Twitter, G+, Facebook Need More Help? Comments of Michael Calhoun, President, of the Center for Responsible Lending to the Federal Trade Commission Notice of ... Read More »

                              BBB Sends Letter of Strong Support to FTC to Ban Advance Fees for Debt Settlement and NoteWorld

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                              On July 2, 2010 the BBB of Southern California sent a very clear statement to the Federal Trade Commission and urged them to ban advance fees for debt settlement programs. Here are some highlights from that letter. On behalf of the Better Business Bureau of the Southland, I am writing to offer my strong support of the proposed FTC rules ... Read More »

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