“Dear Steve, I’m employed full time and make about $45K/year as a 100% commission car salesman. My income has been practically cut in half since I purchased a home and vehicle on credit. I currently pay all of my bills on time and have FICO scores in the 700s. I have 6 credit cards nearly maxed out at just over ... Read More »
A Peak Behind FTC Action Against Christopher Mallett Which Involves World Law Debt. Interesting Stuff.
A lawyer friend just forwarded me an interesting document if you are a total debt relief geek like me. It’s a judicial opinion issued which looks at the FTC action and requests in the efforts to go after Christopher Mallett, which I reported in World Law Debt and Others Sued by FTC for Misrepresentation. I think it sheds a bit ... Read More »
The FTC has stepped in and sued some debt relief companies in an effort to get them to stop impersonating federal agencies. This case is important since it targets the claims made by a debt relief agency and requires the claims made to be true. The Federal Trade Commission has filed a complaint in U.S. District Court to halt the ... Read More »
“Dear Steve, I’m just over 60, widowed, and am beginning to think anyone over 55 have targets painted on our backs. .A few days ago I got a call from someone one from a Financial Advisors company in florida. They wanted to “help me” with my credit card debt. Seemed odd since I pay off my debt each month, I ... Read More »
Yet Another “Avoid the TSR” Pitch – RE: COLLECT DEBT SETTLEMENT FEES IN ADVANCE! ELIMINATE FACE-TO-FACE WORRIES.
Thanks to an awesome tipster (send in your tips here) I received the email and attachment below. By itself it’s nothing new but it was the non-disclosure agreement that caught my eye. The document says it was created by Gil Medeiros who I remembered writing about, here. (Additional information) The tipster (send in your tips here) that sent this information ... Read More »