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  • Alexia Proper May 16, 2014

    From their web site, "Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome." So, were there ever any guarantees made to lower debt? Sound like "no". Sounds like they try to help, but... people read into it what they want to read into it.

  • Kenny Dunn May 16, 2014

    I'm glad to see them go after these criminals. Too many get away with scamming the gullible. The elderly and less fortunate are all too often the targets because they are less sophisticated and unable to sniff out the scam.

  • caronia49 May 16, 2014

    If you borrow money to get things you can not afford, then you will lose what you purchased, it is just that simple...And "Ole Roy" or anyone else will not help, they will just increase the pressure on you, and get their names in the media for being the good guys....What a joke...

  • Steve Faulkner May 16, 2014

    Funny how the AG does his job AFTER the media gets a hold of a story. This may not be as widespread as the Raleigh Geeks computer repair shops, but there were years of complaints about them.

  • Djofraleigh Anderson May 16, 2014

    Go get them, Roy, and report how much money was recovered and returned, and who went to jail for how long.

    These crooks use Obama's name and "government" programs as bait.

  • Forthe Newssite May 16, 2014


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