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Complaint Review: National Debt Management
National Debt Management637 Baxter Avenue they moved from Indiana Louisville, Kentucky USA
National Debt Management Debt Lawyers, Envision Marketing, Empire Legal Network, BEWARE they are a SCAM!!!!!Trust me I know They did not pay me my last check and shorted me out of my commissions. Louisville Kentucky
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Kim Gordon is not an honest person, she not only lied to our staff she laid us off withou notice because she is changing her company name again! They claim to be a debt settlemnt company but all they do is take peoples money. The truth is you can negotiate your own debt down your self. Research your consumer laws and thats all you need to know to protect your rights as a consumer against creditors. They claim to have an attorney represent you to lower your unsecured debt but the truth is they only use a lawyer when you get sued by your creditor for stopping payment once you enter her program. (Very seldom does that happen) Kim is the president of the company and she hides behind her attorney Bruce D. Atherton and if you research who he is, he served 3 years in prison for scamming an Indiana Family out of their money http://www. [continued below]....
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