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Question DetailsAsked on 9/14/2012

is "Nationwide Debt Direct" a reliable company?

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the Better Business Bureau gave it an F based on how short a time they've been in business and how many complaints they've received. I read comments on other sites; if they tell you not to pay your cards, they are not doing you any favors.


Answered 5 years ago by keikosmom


No, stay away far far away. I enrolled in them in July 2016, recieved a check last week with all remaining funds in my account. I am 23k in debt and they said if I put 12k in an account they will get it resolved. They use high pressure sales and scare tactics to get you enrolled into their program. They called with 4 offeres, 1st was for 11k so I said "I gave you 12k, so there you go, win win, only took you guys 4 months! Awesome!" but then they informed me that they took out their fees (which they only tell you about the adminstative fees ($200.00), this is not the case, they took almost 4k for their fees so there was only $8300 in the account. So I decided that I would wait and get another offer, thinking it would go down. Nope, the next offer was 14k. Instantly I refused the offer. So the 3rd offer can in at 16k, This raised my questions, and they keep saying you have to wait it out. Because I was asking for a full refund. Their response was, well we worked on your account and therefore we will mail you your remaining funds. I asked to speek to the manager about this. She called me 4 days later and said well we worked on your account so we keep the fees. I said how do you call that work when the offeres go up? So poof 4k down the drain and a summons for a court appearance on my door, I am being sued for the 23k

So if you want to be ripped off, go with Nationwide Debt Direct.

Answered 3 months ago by reccoller

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