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Wites & Kapetan have contacted me to help me reduce debt. Who are they and are they legit?

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Wites & Kapetan called and told me they could combine my debt (credit cards, hospital bills,and a revolving loan with a $14,0000 balance) and make my payments significantly smaller. Are they ligit? My husband has been battling cancer for over 3 years and I don’t want to trust a company unless I know exactly who they are! We are in ... Read More »

    I Talked to Wites & Kapetan and Impact Debt Solutions But Not Sure What to Do? – Sean

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    “Dear Steve, I have two issues that are nw affecting my debt. The first one is that I accumilated roughly 60k in debt due to a lenthy divorce in which I was left with one my childs medical bills along with the financial responsibilty of both childrens future medical exspenses. This along with having to rebuild a home for them ... Read More »

      Wites & Kapetan Client Agreement for Debt Settlement Services

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      A tipster (send in your tips here) sent me the following client agreement for Wites & Kapetan for debt relief services. See below. Get Out of Debt Guy – Twitter, G+, Facebook Need More Help? I can always use your help. If you have a tip or information you want to share, you can get it to me confidentially if ... Read More »

        I’ve Been Solicited by Wites and Kapetan to Restructure My Debt. – Margaret

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        “Dear Steve, Ups and downs of commission-based salary coupled with tendency to put off tax debt to year end has resulted in 15 yr. accumulation of over 150K unsecured debt, most 3-9 months past due. Total equity less than 100K. Reduced income is allowing payment of mortgages and basic expenses, but little else. Have no more resources, have tried to ... Read More »

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