Debt Rescue Company

How the scam works:

(with video below) You are tens of thousands of dollars in debt and you see no easy way out. But as you're surfing online, you see light at the end of the tunnel. An advertisement claims it can get you out of the red for much less than your actual debt. How does the scam work?

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Watch the video below to see the Debt Relief Company Scam, exposed:

Debt Relief Company Scam Video

You pay a $4,000 flat charge to enter the program and you'll be laughing all the way to the bank–rather than crying. There's only one problem: there's no such program, and now you have that much more to repay. Even worse, you've been ignoring creditors during this time, expecting the program to kick in. You're in it even worse.

How to avoid the Debt Relief Company scam:

Ignore the offer, as tempting as it sounds. Scam artists rely on desperation, and sadly, they usually leave people even more desperate. You can try consolidating your debt or renegotiating with your credit card companies using better offers as leverage. There are also plenty of financial blogs out there that can help you dig your way out of debt slowly. But anyone claiming to have all the answers for you is usually full of something other than answers.

How to report the Debt Relief Company scam:

Make your family and friends aware of this scam by sharing it on social media using the buttons provided. You can also officially report the scammers to the Federal Trade Commission using the link below:

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2 thoughts on “Debt Rescue Company”

  1. I have gotten calls missed like the one Vic got. The joke is on them and they are wasting their own time. I am not in debt.

  2. Call comes in from (845) 273-1299. Below the number it shows as coming from NY, USA. The phone never rings but it does show as a missed call and it comes in daily!
    When I call the number back it goes to a recording that says they can help you get all your debt forgiven (for a fee of course).
    I have no idea who these people are or how they got the phone number. And, if they are calling why does the phone never ring.

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