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How do debt relief companies advertised on Hannity, Limbaugh and Levin work?

My 21 year old son wants to buy a home theater system using a Visa card and he has no intention of paying it back. He’s says that it’s OK because debt relief companies that advertise on shows like Hannity and Rush will fix it for you. It seems to me that someone has to pay for it in the end, but I know that Rush and Hannity would never advocate anything unethical.


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7 Responses to "How do debt relief companies advertised on Hannity, Limbaugh and Levin work?"

  1. Caribou "QUIT" Barbie™ says:
    I would never, EVER buy anything that Hannity and Rush plug. Hannity and Rush are unethical and wrong.
  2. No Repubs Or Demos says:
    It’s a circle – You have spent more than you have – contact the so-called debt reduction companies – they convince people to pay them some money – they keep the money and do nothing – start from the top
  3. avail_skillz says:
    depends on which ones you are talking about really.

    Some of them are scams.

    others have two alternatives….

    Contact the creditors, and get them to lower interest rate and cancel your credit cards. and put you on a payment plan where you pay the consolidator whihc charges you a monthly account servicing fee whihc is still less than the interest on many credit cards these days.

    The alternative plan is to contact the creditor and get them to settle the account for less than is actually owed.

  4. chris h says:
    They don’t it is known as fraud.
  5. Larry G says:
    Debt relief companies will negotiate down a debt , but it will not eliminate it. I think they usually just get rid of all the accumulated interest. If it is brand new debt, they would not be able to get it down much.
  6. out2lunch4now2 says:
    The consolidator works out a compromise with your creditor by which you agree to pay a lower amount than you really owe in exchange for a note in your credit report you are a poor risk and a fraud. Your creditors close your accounts and you will probably not get anything on credit for several years. What your son described is called “fraud” by courts. If he tries this stunt, I hope he gets caught and imprisoned. The bills these scofflaws don’t pay are passed on to the responsible people in the form of higher interest rates and service fees.
  7. T says:
    It’s very simple… they take your money and then you owe more. there is nothing they can do that you can’t do by yourself. It’s all a scam.

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