We currently have a Financial Solution Co.. As time goes on the payments are getting more difficult. We received in the mail the 2011
Nationwide Debt Reduction Plan which reduces our payments greatly!
However, we are afraid that since it sounds so good, it maybe too good
to be true. My husband is 72 and I am 65 years old

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Hi Joanne. I'd suggest you to google reviews of this company. You may come across feedback and testimonials of the former clients. See what they are saying. This way it'd be easier for you to know if they have genuine clients saying good about their services. Again, those firms who send their debt reduction plans via mail may have questionable motives and it is better to avoid such promotional mails.

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Hello Joanne! It doesn't matter how old are you. What you should be looking for whether or not the firm is a legitimate one. In this case, take steps cautiously; as even though the said firm boasts of having an experience of more than 15 years, they don't have any BBB accreditation. Reach out the ex-clients of this firm for feedback and only then approach. Check out the following link.

http://www.bbb.org/phoenix/business-reviews/debt-relief-services/nationw...
 


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