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US Financial Solutions
Phone: (888) 777-9032 View Additional Phone Numbers 1718 M St., NW #198, Washington, DC 20036
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Business ManagementMichael Phillips, Principal
Credit - Debt Consolidation Services Financial Services
This company sends notices to consumers that has file numbers, seals, and passwords on it that make it appear to be an official notice offering possible participation in a debt relief program. The notice claims that the consumer has been pre-selected for help through a government monitored hardship program. The letter also indicates that the sender is not affiliated with any govenment agency.
Consumers should, as always, obtain specific details about any program or offering being made to them, and should be sceptical of promotions that use so many unverifiable details about the promotion which appear to be intended to confuse. Any unsolicited offer of financial services should be handled carefully since they can frequently end up in requests for payment in advance for assistance in debt reduction. Advance fee payments in debt reduction are not allowed. Payments by wire are essentially untraceable.