A Freedom Debt Relief Review by Michele:

Thank you so much for everything you are all doing for me. ~Michele, CA

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2 Responses to “A Freedom Debt Relief Review by Michele:”
  1. HI, just a few questions. what about phone calls from your creditors,how many did you get, or getting now, and what you did to deal with them. also you know your creditors can take you to court, and put a lean on your paycheck. Did freedom debt relief help you with that, or give you any information on how to deal with such problems. I to am in debt for a lot and have many doubts.

  2. Michele says:

    I sent all my creditors letters telling them to call FDR going forward. FDR took over and the calls soon stopped. When a few did call, I just gave them FDR’s number. The people at FDR helped me a ton – fast to respond and easy to get a hold of real person (and true US professionals at that, no overseas call centers!). No legal problems either.

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