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Question DetailsAsked on 12/23/2014

Is Camden Credit Services is legit company?

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It does "exist" - whether it is legit you have to decide for yourself - you can find lots of comments and complaints about it by googling this search phrase - Camden Credit Services complaints


The Dallas, Tx BBB has given it an F rating, here - http://www.bbb.org/dallas/business-re...


Here are a couple of links to prior questions about the company and similar questions, with responses -


http://answers.angieslist.com/Is-Camd...


http://answers.angieslist.com/where-h...


http://answers.angieslist.com/Anyone-...


Since they evidently do not have an Angies List profile page, despite the number of questions about them, I would suspect they may have been struck off the list by AL - I would call member care and see if they can tell you if there are zero reviews, or if it is F rated and won't come up for that reason -


memberservices@angieslist.com 1-866-783-2980. Call center hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 am-9:00 pm Eastern Time or Saturday 8:00 am-5:00 pm ET

Answered 2 years ago by LCD

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If you're looking for a credit repair service, there are more reliable options that charge less for actual results. My husband went through them recently. He signed up for the expedited program and paid $2,000 within a month, during which time he also had to pay a monthly membership fee at Credit Armour Plus and get a credit card that required a deposit equal to it's limit (it's basically a debit card that charges interest and lowers his credit if he excedes 30% of the card's limit). Upon "graduating the program" we applied for a home loan and were told that all of his scores are now coming up as N/A, he doesn't qualify for a loan anywhere and we can't even get another apartment because he apparently has NO credit. His agent isn't answering or returning his calls anymore so we had to speak to someone unfamiliar with his case that informed us that it could be another six to twelve months before his credit scores are accessible. We can't even get a refund despite the fact that they failed to honor their side of the agreement within the specified timeframe and despite the fact that we are worse off since paying them. Based on our experience with them, Camden Loan Services is nothing but a scam.

Source: Personal experience

Answered 11 months ago by janed




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