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Bogus National Debt Relief Hardship Program Mailer Still Being Sent

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First off I would like to applaud the debt relief company that sent me in this mailer. Good debt relief companies that care about consumers and who want to play a role is stamping out bogus advertising that hurt the entire industry, can play a role by forwarding material to me at tips@getoutofdebt.org. I’ve covered bogus mailers on The National ... Read More »

    I Might Have Fallen for the National Debt Relief Hardship Program. – Pam

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    I received a letter much like what Ive seen here on your website. I may have gone too far with them and given them too much info. Especially if they are a tricky collection scam. Not sure how to proceed. I have fallen behind in my credit card payments for one card do to an unforeseen medical problem. I am ... Read More »

      I’m a Teacher and Have to Go to the Food Pantry. – Andrea

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      “Dear Steve, I am a teacher and I make a decent salary. My problem is that I have gotten into a lot of debt through credit cards. It has gotten to the point where I have to choose what bills to pay in a given month. I even went to food pantry this weekend as I didn’t have enough money ... Read More »

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