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Complaint Review: Consumer Resource Group
Consumer Resource GroupInternet USA
Consumer Resource Group Credit Repair Group they constantly call your phones with automated messages to repair your credit report arizona Internet
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The consumer resource group, fomally the credit repair group, is a total ripoff! They offer for a fee and guarentee a credit score of 720 within 90 days, which of course they dont due, then they call your numbers with endless recorded messages. They are impossibe to get on the phone, and leave an endles web of phone number s and recordings to confuse you and they need to be shut down. They are nothig short of a criminal organization preying on people with damaged credit offerring services for a fee that they cannot provide, nor do I belive they even try. I was victimized by them, my money taken, nothing done, and now i cant get them to stop calling both my phone numbers.
How an organization can exist like this is beyond me, but someone needs to be the one to call them out for an investiagtion by federal authorities who handle this sort of things.
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