Debt Arbitrators Reviews
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Debt Arbitrators Reviews
The letter is to help you and the balances are estimates not accurate figures. The company helps and is not a scam. The program offers a hardship to help Americans who are in debt. They do not have your info or your card info they have a name and address and if you ever filled out anything online ever your info is sold why junk mail exists but in this case they help if you need it. They helped me with my debt. I got super sick and behind. NOT A SAM!!! AT ALL!!!! NOT A SAM!!! AT ALL!!!! NOT A SAM!!! AT ALL!!!! NOT A SAM!!! AT ALL!!!!
Reason of review
Same history as other consumers... FRAUD !
I received a letter on mail just like I've read happened to other people, but I believed in the veracity of it since I do owe credit cards. Here is all the information on the email the supposed agent sent me: Aaron Molloy Credit Specialist Direct 972-202-**** 1-80*-249-**** Toll Free EXT 5241 877-298-**** Facsimile First sign of fraud was after I email him: Delivery to the following recipients failed. Aaron.Molloy@***.com So I decided to google about the company and found out this reports... How come authorities allow this people to act freely??
Rio De Janeiro, Rio De Janeiro
Reason of review
THEY ARE A SCAM!!! REPORT THEM TO US POSTAL SERVICE
I received a letter via US Mail from "Debt Arbitrators" similar to others listed here. I owe nothing on any credit card, so I know it is a scam. Since this scam is being done via US Mail service, I reported them. I urge others to report them -- it needs to stop, especially since they're using tax-funded mail service. Again, THIS IS A SCAM -- DO NOT RESPOND TO THEIR LETTERS AND DO NOT CALL THE ACTIVIATION NUMBER. Below is the site to report mail fraud via US postal service: Everyone who receives this scam letter should report it to: https://postalinspectors.uspis.gov/contactus/filecomplaint.aspx
Yonkers, New York
Debt arbitrators is not a scam
They saved me thousands of dollars on my credit card accounts. I had tons of debt and they helped me get out of it. I and truly greatful for what they have done. I would advise anyone looking to get out of debt to use this company. there are tons of scammers out there but Im a living witness for Debt arbitrators. I went from 76k total in credit card balances to none whatsoever in 3 years. They stuck with me through collection calls and threatning letters from the credit card companies. It was the best decision of my life .
Los Angeles, California
Such a scam
Received a letter from them @ address 15851 Dallas Pwky Suite 600, Addison TX 75001 saying I owe about $50,000 and that I need to make monthly payments of $728.57.... LOL have never owed that much to anyone in my life. The only phone number listed is the activation number. The signature at the bottom is chicken scratch and doesn't have the name printed underneath so wouldn't even know who to speak with if I did call (which I won't, thanks to this site!) DO NOT RESPOND to these letters, they are scams and will take your personal information!!!
Oakland, New Jersey
DA ,15851 Dallas Pkwy, Addison, TX...SCAM!!!!!!!!!
Received letter, saying I owe $15,000.00 and would settle for $8,550.00. They want $335.00 per month Program Payment each month. No # to talk to anyone just the # to activate. Does anyone know who we can report this to? If so please list it here on the comments page. I did call the phone number listed that it said to call, but as an after thought, I may have activated their SCAM, SCAM, SCAM, SCAM, SCAM,SCAM, SCAM, big big scam, SCAM SCAM SCAM. THESE LOW LIFES HAVE NOTHING BETTER TO DO THAN TRY AND RIP OFF EVERYONE THEY CAN. A HARD DAYS WORK WOULD DO THEM IN!? More than PISSED!!!!!!
I received a letter and catalog addressed to me at my job, #1 mistake. I don't know how they got my job address. I pay all of my bills on time, no need for anyone to contact me at work. The letter said my program payment would be $366.67 per month. I have an excellent credit score, I don't need any help paying my bills or consolidating them. And it said "your renegotiated credit card balance. I don't have a renegotiated credit card balance. Even their "opt out" website is a scam. Don't fall for this scam! Don't give them ANY information!
Burlington, New Jersey
Letter received ....
The letter addressed to my husband and contained false information regarding debt they said we owed... we do not owe the amount they quoted. I called on behalf of my husband as he is unable to take time during the day to call, to request his name be removed from their mailing list. I was told that the only person who could do that would be hubby because his name is on the envelope and therefore governed by the postal laws. I asked to speak to a manager and was told all 3 were in a meeting. My guess is they always are. However, since the postal service is likely the only one who benefits from their mailings, how nice of them to site the 'law'.
Newark, New Jersey
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Debt Arbitrators Are A Scam
I received a letter in the mail May 2013 from a company calling themselves Debt Arbitrators (DA) located 15851 Dallas Pkwy Ste 600 Addison, TX 75001 phone number 1-80*-400-****. They claimed I had credit card balances in excess of $25,000 that they could settle for me through mediation for $14,250 by sending in monthly payments of $445.83. The odd thing is they addressed it to my maiden name and I have zero credit card debt. All of my cards combined wouldn't even amount to $25,000 even if I maxed them all out. Google searched the company and discovered they are a scam. They use the name of legitimate law firms to trick people into sending them money, but the law firms have no knowledge of these contracts. If you get one of these letters with a seasonal catalog beware. If you call the number do not agree to sign up for anything or they will take your money and do nothing for you.
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