Report: #710598

Complaint Review: Federal Debt Relief system

  • Submitted: Sat, March 26, 2011
  • Updated: Sat, June 25, 2011
  • Reported By: RVer out of Texas — Livingston Texas United States of America
  • Federal Debt Relief system
    6362 Hollywood Blvd 4th Floor
    Hollywood, California
    United States of America

Federal Debt Relief system Mark Cella Debt relief SCAM Hollywood, California

*Consumer Suggestion: You got scammed

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In August 2008 we contracted with Federal Debt Relief System to handle out credit card debt reduction. We paid them a total of $5487.98 over an 18 month period. Everything appeared to be going well until 3 months ago when we started getting calls from collection agencies. We tried contacting FDRS to no avail. Internet searches revealed FDRS and its head man, Mark Cella, are being sought by several parties for fraudulant activity. Any help for us to straighten out our financial crisis would be greatly appreciated
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#1 Consumer Suggestion

You got scammed

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

In case you don't realize it, you got scammed.  Try calling your state's AG, but I doubt anything will happen.  You should have put that $5500 towards the credit card bills or a bankruptcy lawyer, it would have been more useful.  There is no way to magically reduce your debt just by paying someone a bunch of money.  Any "debt relief" service is a scam.
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