Beware of Debt Relief Scams...

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We've all seen the ads for debt consolidation advertisements. And as complaints grow from scammed consumers, more and more debt relief and debt consolidation companies are finding themselves in the spotlight and the subject of government crack downs and state Attorney General investigations.

Borrowers who turn to debt relief companies and trust company promises to consolidate their debt are quickly learning the ads promises are empty.

Remember -if it sounds too good to be true -it most often is!

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I suggest finding a company that offers both Credit Counseling and Debt Settlement. That way, when you speak to a financial counselor, you will find out what plan meets your needs. Also, make sure the debt settlement company you work with does not charge the settlement fees upfront.

That's right. One needs to be very careful while signing with a debt settlement company. I think most of them are a scam but there are also genuine people working in the market and a genuine help would get you out of your debt really in a short time.

Well, debt relief program could be both savior or scam. There are few things you should do before deciding to take one. The most important things are recalculating your income stream, and also make sure the credibility of the company.

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