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NoteWorld Involved in Georgia Class Action Case on Debt Adjusting. Raises Bigger Issues.

It seems the issues surrounding if payment processors in the debt settlement world is getting more complicated. This recent class action case is out of Georgia against NoteWorld and Noteworld Servicing Center; Hattie Burke v. NoteWorld. It appears that NoteWorld gets sucked in not because of their actions but because of the actions of who they decided to provide services ... Read More »

    NoteWorld, NoteWorld Servicing Center, Nationwide Support Services and Freedom Debt Center Slapped With Class Action Suit

    There was a very recent class action suit against NoteWorld, NoteWorld Servicing Center, Nationwide Support Services, and Freedom Debt Center. Both Nationwide Support Services and Freedom Debt Center are TASC members. – Source. Joanne Garneau, the CEO of Nationwide Support Services, serves on the Executive Board of TASC. – Source I would not be surprised to see more similar suits ... Read More »

      I Got a Sales Call From U.S. Consumer Support. Have You Heard of Them? – Michele

      “Dear Steve, Ever heard of “US Consumer Support”? I received a phone call on my cell phone from a number in Wyoming, from someone claiming to be from “US Consumer Support”. Her voicemail said that she was contacted “on my behalf” about possible debt settlement and that I was listed as “preapproved” for some amount around $31k. She left 866 ... Read More »

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