Debt Relief Specialist wants to share a settlement letter from American Express. Bal. $5321.28 Offer $1375.00 Savings $3946.28 Please follow and like us:

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Debt Relief Specialist wants to share a settlement letter from American Express. Bal. $5321.28 Offer $1375.00 Savings $3946.28 Please follow and like us:

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November 7th 2017 A few years ago I was over whelmed in debt with credit cards. I reached out to consumer debt help and they set my mind at ease by explaining how they can help me deal with my problem. They reached out to all my creditors and negotiated with each one to a reasonable settlement by setting up a monthly payment plan. Now all these credit card companies have been payed. I would like to especially thank Marie Cerruti for helping me thru this process she done a great job. Sincerely, J. M. Please follow and like us:

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November 7th 2017 A few years ago I was over whelmed in debt with credit cards. I reached out to consumer debt help and they set my mind at ease by explaining how they can help me deal with my problem. They reached out to all my creditors and negotiated with each one to a reasonable settlement by setting up a monthly payment plan. Now all these credit card companies have been payed. I would like to especially thank Marie Cerruti for helping me thru this process she done a great job. Sincerely, J. M. Please follow and like us:

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Scam:  Caller threatens arrest if you don’t pay. People across the country are forking over hundreds, sometimes thousands, of dollars in what they believe to be a fee to ward off arrest warrants.   Story Highlights Scammers are telling people they have arrest warrants to trick them into paying a fee to clear them Scammers have posed as local law enforcement in Kansas, Oregon, Georgia and other states Police warn that they never ask people to wire money In a growing scam reaching people across the country, phone fraudsters are using the threat of arrest warrants to pressure people into forking over hundreds, sometimes thousands, of dollars. Just recently, police in

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Scam:  Caller threatens arrest if you don’t pay. People across the country are forking over hundreds, sometimes thousands, of dollars in what they believe to be a fee to ward off arrest warrants.   Story Highlights Scammers are telling people they have arrest warrants to trick them into paying a fee to clear them Scammers have posed as local law enforcement in Kansas, Oregon, Georgia and other states Police warn that they never ask people to wire money In a growing scam reaching people across the country, phone fraudsters are using the threat of arrest warrants to pressure people into forking over hundreds, sometimes thousands, of dollars. Just recently, police in

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Posted in CDHA, July News Letter

Consumer Debt Help Association LLC wants to know you better. We intend sharing our knowledge gained over the past 8 years, and successes we have shared with our clients. For those who may come to visit seeking answers for burdensome debt we are available for counsel and guidance.

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Consumer Debt Help Association LLC wants to know you better. We intend sharing our knowledge gained over the past 8 years, and successes we have shared with our clients. For those who may come to visit seeking answers for burdensome debt we are available for counsel and guidance.

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