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I’m Concerned About Using Lending Club and this Ripoffreport.com Complaint About You. – Norma

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“Dear Steve, I found your site a while ago and I was already enrolled in a debt management program who would not respond to me. Somehow, you got me a valid point of contact who resolved my issues and everything went smoothly until I fulfilled my obligations. However, I am looking for a personal loan to consolidate some debt incurred ... Read More »

    Are Companies Held Hostage Online? What is Fair?

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    Someone asked me recently what I thought about sites like ConsumerAffairs.com and their program that only let companies publicly respond to consumer complaints posted about them by paying a fee. To be honest I really had not paid any attention to what was happening on ConsumerAffairs.com so I went and took a look. And sure enough, apparently ConsumerAffairs.com does not ... Read More »

      And No, Steve Rhode is Not a Rapist & Kidnapper

      It was recently brought to my attention that in August, 2011 someone posted a despicable report about me on Ripoff Report and Complaints Board. While I agree that everyone is entitled to their own opinion and on this site commenters are allowed a wide bit of latitude in discussing topics, the published claim that I am a rapist, molester, or ... Read More »

        I’ve Arrived. I’m on RipoffReport.com.

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        I just had the strangest experience. I got an email from a company saying they would help me suppress a report that had been written about me on RipoffReport.com. I didn’t know someone had written something about me on RipoffReport. PhotoCredit: Pjern I guess on one hand I always knew that day would come. If you write about enough companies ... Read More »

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