Debt Reduction Scam

Fooling millions nationwide

We Can Eliminate ALL Your Debt!

Run, don't walk, if you get a call promising eliminating or reducing your debt. Debt relief service telephone scams target consumers with significant credit card debt promising to negotiate with creditors to settle or reduce repayment obligations. These operations will charge consumers a large up-front fee and then do little; or nothing.

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What You Should Know

A federal court temporarily halted a massive phony debt relief operation that bilked tens of millions of dollars from financially strapped consumers, including student loan debtors, the elderly and disabled.

Working through multiple companies, these scammers swindled consumers to pay hundreds or thousands of dollars a month by falsely promising they would pay, settle, or obtain dismissals of their debts. Over time, these victims found their debts unpaid, their accounts in default, and their credit scores severely damaged. Worse still, many were sued by their creditors or forced into bankruptcy.

How YouMail can help stop debt reduction scams today

YouMail customers are protected from scammers, spammers and other unwanted callers. And it's 100% totally free. Our exceptional call blocking and caller ID capabilities effectively block calls and remove any and all numbers from robocaller lists; FOREVER.

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What you should do

There's no easy way out of debt. So, if the offer sounds too good to be true, it probably is. But there are legitimate and reputable companies that can help. It's important to do your homework and know what to look for so that you can make a smart choice. The best way to protect yourself is to research the company before you do business with them.

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Our best advice

Let calls from numbers you don\'t recognize roll to voicemail. Voicemail is your greatest asset against fraud. YouMail identifies known scam callers. They will hear an "out of service" message and the scammers will take you off their list and move on. To find out more about the number, check out  YouMail's online phone directory  to see if that number has negative reports or belongs to a known scammer.