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Debt Relief Legal Front Victimized Thousands Says FTC

This appears to be a variation of a mailer many have received.

The Federal Trade Commission just released the seal on actions it took to shut down a debt relief company that has appeared on this site before. – Source In an announcement made today, the FTC filed a complaint under seal against A to Z Marketing, Apex Members, Apex Solutions, Backend, Expert Processing Center, Smart Funding, William D. Goodrich Attorney, WDG ... Read More »

    Are Apex Members and William D. Goodrich a Scam? – Renee

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    I have received multiple solicitations and when I called this company the first time, they were called a different name and had a different location. The next time I called them, they were a different company with the same employees. I see they aren’t highly rated on the BBB with lots of complaints. I tried asking if I could speak ... Read More »

      Law Offices of William D. Goodrich – Consumer Complaint – 2-28-2012


      Date This Problem Happened: November 15, 2011 State You Live in: Arizona Race/Ethnicity: White Age Range: 51-65 Total Amount of Fee Paid: $3,000 Company Name: Law Offices of William D. Goodrich Company Address: 150 PAULARINO AVE. #170 COSTA MESA, CA. 92626 Company Telephone Number: 914-920-3505 Website of Company: www.attorneygoodrich.com Consumer Statement: promised loan modification lost house Consumer Action Taken: HAVE ... Read More »

        Is Apex Members a Safe Company For Us to Use for a Mortgage Modification? – Bridget

        Apex Members

        “Dear Steve, I’ve been contacted by Apex Members to do a loan modification on our mortgage. Sounds great. They can get us t least 4%, possibly lower, but I can’t find anything to validate the company online. They said that William D Goodrich is the lawyer that does their work, and I did email him. The problem is that they ... Read More »

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