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Complaint Review: The Law Office Of Dennis C. McDevitt

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  • Submitted: Sun, November 28, 2004
  • Updated: Tue, November 30, 2004

  • Reported By:Hicksville New York
The Law Office Of Dennis C. McDevitt
4742 NW Boca Raton Blvd. Boca Raton, Florida U.S.A.

The Law Office Of Dennis C. McDevitt ripoff Scam Beware Boca Raton Florida

*Consumer Comment: A few tips... the majority of people who sign on for debt counseling services never make any headway on paying off their debt

*Consumer Comment: A few tips... the majority of people who sign on for debt counseling services never make any headway on paying off their debt

*Consumer Comment: A few tips... the majority of people who sign on for debt counseling services never make any headway on paying off their debt

*Consumer Comment: A few tips... the majority of people who sign on for debt counseling services never make any headway on paying off their debt

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This law firm ran off with $600+ and then poof ... they were gone! I've tried to contact them several times, but they've appeared to have vanished! No forwarding number or contact information! Can anyone locate these people? Their # was 800-513-9427 and the people who now answer to this number also sound like a scam! SO BEWARE!

Janette
Hicksville, New York
U.S.A.

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#1 Consumer Comment

A few tips... the majority of people who sign on for debt counseling services never make any headway on paying off their debt

AUTHOR: Tim - (U.S.A.)

I'm guessing that you came across this "law office" via a spam email regarding a debt counseling service offered by a purportedly Christian organization.

I did a little investigation into Mr. McDevitt on a different report. My first finding was that there is no Dennis McDeviit legally practicing law in the United States. Further research indicated that Mr. McDevitt is a prolific spammer who solicits clients for something along the lines of "christiandebtstoppers.net." I then was able to find a phone number connected with the origin of this spam. Here it is: 954-296-6822. I'm not sure if that will do you any good, but it's a start.

A few bits of advice for future reference:

1) Get a good spam-blocker, or at least ignore any unrecognized email. If you open an email soliciting customers for an organization that you have never heard of, promptly delete it and forget you ever saw it. Legitimate companies rarely advertise in this manner. Scam artists, on the other hand, see email as an avenue to prey on the naive.

2) As I have said before, you should be very wary of anyone who waves a cross with one hand and takes your money with the other. There are a host of con artists out there who prey on naive believers. They recognize that identifying themselves as christians is an easy way to gain trust. I know, I'm a little cynical, but I'm also a smart consumer.

3) Debt counseling services, from what I've heard, don't offer any services that you couldn't achieve on your own. They are in no greater position to negotiate with your creditors that you are. Recent studies have shown that the majority of people who sign on for debt counseling services never make any headway on paying off their debt. These services should be used as a last resort, even after you've consulted with a bankruptcy attorney.

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#2 Consumer Comment

A few tips... the majority of people who sign on for debt counseling services never make any headway on paying off their debt

AUTHOR: Tim - (U.S.A.)

I'm guessing that you came across this "law office" via a spam email regarding a debt counseling service offered by a purportedly Christian organization.

I did a little investigation into Mr. McDevitt on a different report. My first finding was that there is no Dennis McDeviit legally practicing law in the United States. Further research indicated that Mr. McDevitt is a prolific spammer who solicits clients for something along the lines of "christiandebtstoppers.net." I then was able to find a phone number connected with the origin of this spam. Here it is: 954-296-6822. I'm not sure if that will do you any good, but it's a start.

A few bits of advice for future reference:

1) Get a good spam-blocker, or at least ignore any unrecognized email. If you open an email soliciting customers for an organization that you have never heard of, promptly delete it and forget you ever saw it. Legitimate companies rarely advertise in this manner. Scam artists, on the other hand, see email as an avenue to prey on the naive.

2) As I have said before, you should be very wary of anyone who waves a cross with one hand and takes your money with the other. There are a host of con artists out there who prey on naive believers. They recognize that identifying themselves as christians is an easy way to gain trust. I know, I'm a little cynical, but I'm also a smart consumer.

3) Debt counseling services, from what I've heard, don't offer any services that you couldn't achieve on your own. They are in no greater position to negotiate with your creditors that you are. Recent studies have shown that the majority of people who sign on for debt counseling services never make any headway on paying off their debt. These services should be used as a last resort, even after you've consulted with a bankruptcy attorney.

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#3 Consumer Comment

A few tips... the majority of people who sign on for debt counseling services never make any headway on paying off their debt

AUTHOR: Tim - (U.S.A.)

I'm guessing that you came across this "law office" via a spam email regarding a debt counseling service offered by a purportedly Christian organization.

I did a little investigation into Mr. McDevitt on a different report. My first finding was that there is no Dennis McDeviit legally practicing law in the United States. Further research indicated that Mr. McDevitt is a prolific spammer who solicits clients for something along the lines of "christiandebtstoppers.net." I then was able to find a phone number connected with the origin of this spam. Here it is: 954-296-6822. I'm not sure if that will do you any good, but it's a start.

A few bits of advice for future reference:

1) Get a good spam-blocker, or at least ignore any unrecognized email. If you open an email soliciting customers for an organization that you have never heard of, promptly delete it and forget you ever saw it. Legitimate companies rarely advertise in this manner. Scam artists, on the other hand, see email as an avenue to prey on the naive.

2) As I have said before, you should be very wary of anyone who waves a cross with one hand and takes your money with the other. There are a host of con artists out there who prey on naive believers. They recognize that identifying themselves as christians is an easy way to gain trust. I know, I'm a little cynical, but I'm also a smart consumer.

3) Debt counseling services, from what I've heard, don't offer any services that you couldn't achieve on your own. They are in no greater position to negotiate with your creditors that you are. Recent studies have shown that the majority of people who sign on for debt counseling services never make any headway on paying off their debt. These services should be used as a last resort, even after you've consulted with a bankruptcy attorney.

Best of luck!
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#4 Consumer Comment

A few tips... the majority of people who sign on for debt counseling services never make any headway on paying off their debt

AUTHOR: Tim - (U.S.A.)

I'm guessing that you came across this "law office" via a spam email regarding a debt counseling service offered by a purportedly Christian organization.

I did a little investigation into Mr. McDevitt on a different report. My first finding was that there is no Dennis McDeviit legally practicing law in the United States. Further research indicated that Mr. McDevitt is a prolific spammer who solicits clients for something along the lines of "christiandebtstoppers.net." I then was able to find a phone number connected with the origin of this spam. Here it is: 954-296-6822. I'm not sure if that will do you any good, but it's a start.

A few bits of advice for future reference:

1) Get a good spam-blocker, or at least ignore any unrecognized email. If you open an email soliciting customers for an organization that you have never heard of, promptly delete it and forget you ever saw it. Legitimate companies rarely advertise in this manner. Scam artists, on the other hand, see email as an avenue to prey on the naive.

2) As I have said before, you should be very wary of anyone who waves a cross with one hand and takes your money with the other. There are a host of con artists out there who prey on naive believers. They recognize that identifying themselves as christians is an easy way to gain trust. I know, I'm a little cynical, but I'm also a smart consumer.

3) Debt counseling services, from what I've heard, don't offer any services that you couldn't achieve on your own. They are in no greater position to negotiate with your creditors that you are. Recent studies have shown that the majority of people who sign on for debt counseling services never make any headway on paying off their debt. These services should be used as a last resort, even after you've consulted with a bankruptcy attorney.

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