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slim's picture
Joined: 01/18/2008

I put in my browser and it immediately jumps to another domain. Why do these companies waste the time and money buying domains only to have them jump to other domains?

The radio ad promises to help repair your credit. Well, we all know there is no such thing as a company that can repair your credit. You and only you are capable of doing so.

This domain jumps to a credit report monitoring service you can subscribe to for a monthly fee. A monitoring service ... that won't fix your credit as you are still required to actually fix the broken items on your credit!

Not saying this one is a pure scamA confidence game or other fraudulent scheme, especially for making a quick profit; , but the ads are VERY misleading.

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yellowbone0309 (not verified)

that's a lie there are definitely companies that can repair your creditMoney loaned or the ability of an individual or company to borrow money.. I am living proof. But however I would not go with someone I found on the internet, the best thing to do is if you have a bank account go talk to a personal banker. They will have world's of information because they spend all day trying to get people approved for loans. But stay away from internet sites, all scams.

LJ Smith (not verified)

I did this debt consolidation and got ripped off by one of those companies promising to help my creditMoney loaned or the ability of an individual or company to borrow money.! I had some credit card debt with pretty high interest rates, but I also had to include my student loans in the consolidation. The student loans were less than 3% for the interest rate. I got suckered. I paid late once and my rate for the consolidation has shot up to 19%!

Joined: 05/06/2009

I have always heard that you don't borrow more money to get out of a financial mess. But, sometimes it is necessary. For instance, if you can consolidate your bills at a lower interest rate, it can help your creditMoney loaned or the ability of an individual or company to borrow money. score go back up. Unfortunately, by the time you are delinquent on several bills your credit score will be too low to get a good interest rate. As far as goes, people would be right in assuming that they are either going to have your debt wiped away or they will call and negotiate with your creditors to forgive your debt. It is a pity that this does not really happen. :o(

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Does anyone know anything about the .pro extension? Does anyone have one and does it get traffic?
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fergie's picture
Joined: 02/17/2008

Good advice 50. Also, don't use those web sites to try and eliminate debt, clear up credit problems, etc. They can't do anything for you that you can't do for yourself for free!

50cent's picture
Joined: 02/14/2008

Wouldn't we all! You can keep working and paying them off. If you stick with it and clear up all your debt, DON'T get into debt again. Use the same discipline used to pay down the debt to build wealth.


Joined: 10/26/2008

I hate all sites like these. I am kinda a geek and I take pride in being that way, but when lazy lowlifes like this do redirects it just upsets me thinking they could even claim to know what they are doing.

Joined: 07/26/2008

Wouldn't we all like to do that ... pay everything off and start over fresh. Well, that won't happen unless you win the lottery and immediately pay your debt. Then you must be disciplined enough not to get into the same bind again. Believe me, it even happens to the rich! Either way, these sites are true money takers. Spend your money on those free creditMoney loaned or the ability of an individual or company to borrow money. report sites at your own risk.

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Try bankruptcy! These help your creditMoney loaned or the ability of an individual or company to borrow money. guys are pretty much taking your money to do negotiating you can do for yourself. If you don't feel like negotiating, file for bankruptcy!

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