• Report: #946444

Complaint Review: National Fraud Center

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  • Submitted: Tue, September 25, 2012
  • Updated: Wed, November 28, 2012

  • Reported By: Be Informed — York Pennsylvania USA
National Fraud Center
2942 N 24th St Suite 114 Phoenix AZ 85016 Internet United States of America

National Fraud Center Client Services Management Violates the FTC rules and regulations for charging upfront fees to "Recover" investments Internet

*Consumer Comment: These People Are The GOOD GUYS !!!

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Be ware of phone calls from National Fraud Center, and Client Services Management.  The name says it all, National "Fraud" Center.  They claim they are based out of Washington D.C., and now California, but after further digging, they refer you to Client Services Management which is based out of Phoenix AZ, with a corporation that has not been properly incorporated with the corporate commissions office.

They also charge an upfront fee for their services to "recover" investments from online or wok at home programs that do not work.  According to the FTC rules and Regulations passed on October 27, 2010, it states that any private organization the offers debt reduction services, i.e. settlement, negotiation, interest rate reduction, or a recovery of any funds, cannot accept any money upfront without acting out the said services first.  FTC File No. R411001

If you signed documents authorizing the online work at home programs to charge your account, the likelihood of any organization recovering the funds are very slim.  In fact, when the bank is furnished those documents by the companies you invested with, you will be left with the bill.  I fought many times with the credit card companies with no recourse.

Avoid paying anything upfront, and also those who say they can recover your investments for a percentage of what they recover on your behalf.  They are only temporary credits issued by the banks that within 60-90 days are reapplied to your balance once those signed documents are furnished.

Hope this helps inform those who are receiving solicitations from those who I believe are the same individuals that put me into debt, and now trying to get me out of debt.  If you have any additional information that can help future victims, post your experiences.

- E. Crawford

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/25/2012 01:13 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/National-Fraud-Center/internet/National-Fraud-Center-Client-Services-Management-Violates-the-FTC-rules-and-regulations-fo-946444. 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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#1 Consumer Comment

These People Are The GOOD GUYS !!!

AUTHOR: M. Fletcher - (United States of America)

I was contacted by Chad at National Fraud Center (NFC) in August. They told me they were looking into a company which I had lost money to, called MY CHOICE BUSINESS. After going over the details of my losses to this company and a few others on the phone with Chad, I was very skeptical. Chad then referred me over to Client Services Management. This company told me they could assist me with recovering my money. I was told they would take percentage of the money they got me back. The only upfront cost was for filling documents. I was skeptical to shell out any more money over the phone, however after some thought I decided to move forward.

 I was a nervous wreck for about two weeks, however I still went along with the process. I sent in the document they requested and participated in some conference calls.

Within about 2 weeks I began to receive paperwork from my banks and credit cards. A couple of the credit card company's issued a temporary credit while they looked into the case further. This made me feel a little more comfortable about the process. Following these letters I continued to receive paperwork from the card companies and from Client Services Management.

After another few weeks final letters came from my card companies. Each case was completed at different times. In total I received back $24,295 onto my three credit cards.  I am very grateful this company is out there helping people. I understand why other who are stuck in this situation would be hesitant, I felt it was only right to share my experience after reading this report about Client Services Management. THE GOOD GUYS !!!!!!!!!!
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