- Report: #1038973
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Complaint Review: Global Client Solutions
Global Client Solutions6996 Piazza Grande Ave. #305 Orlando, Florida United States of America
Global Client Solutions World Law Debt, World Law Group, Debt Free Living Supposed Debt Consolidation Group with multiple names & locations, is a rip-off operation Orlando , Florida
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A few days after settling this and signing up with them, I got scared that it might be a scam, and found an online group called Just Answer that could let you know if any program was a scam. For $30, I could get my question answered by someone with legal knowledge. I was instantly given the answer that they were a scam, and had been sued sometime back.
In the course of dealing with these people in the beginning, I was getting emails from Kelly Roudal at Debt Free Living, Haley Webb at World Law Debt, and people from Global Client Solutions or World Law Group. I was getting friendly service from all of them, and had no idea they weren't going to use the amount I authorized for deduction for a fund, as they had stated. Instead, I got an itemized letter later on, showing a bunch of fees that had been paid to a bunch of their people for doing nothing. This was after I had challenged them with the information I'd received from Just Answer. There was also an email denying that they were the same company that had been sued. There was much confusion on my part, as there were also other addresses besides the Florida one. I think one location was in Texas.
I immediately closed the bank account I'd opened at Union Bank and went back to Bank of America. Later I closed the BoA account as well, and went with just my Patelco Credit Union account, which I'd never given the number of to any of these companies. I was forced to file bankruptcy and have a hearing on November 21, 2012. The debt was forgiven, but I was not able to get my $473 back from WLD or any of their other names. I was told at the hearing, that if I became a beneficiary to a will within 6 months, I may have to pay the entire amount back to the creditors. My mom is not well, and is in a nursing home with Lewy Body Dementia, so there is no way of knowing if she'll last until May 21 of this year. She is now 89, and we didn't expect her to make it very far into last year.
I had filed a complaint with the DA's office in San Jose, and was working with someone there, who later referred my case to the State Bar Assn. in southern CA. An investigator was assigned to the case, but when he called me and asked about my claim against a certain attorney, I had never heard the attorney's name, so they closed my case. The case was against the company, not their attorney, as I would not have known his name. I don't think this should be closed, as that is not a good enough reason. I plan to call back the investigator and explain this. I can't have $473 going to a fake company when I'm on early SS for a lifelong Social Phobia and don't get much per month.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/29/2013 12:12 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Global-Client-Solutions/Orlando-Florida-32835/Global-Client-Solutions-World-Law-Debt-World-Law-Group-Debt-Free-Living-Supposed-Debt-Co-1038973. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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