- Robert Weed
Trying to settle her credit cards, Liz gets a warrant in debt
Liz was shocked when she got a warrant in debt on her $2680 Victoria's Secret account.
Liz had been trying to settle her debts. She was working through Americor and was giving them $664 per month. Victoria's Secret was her biggest credit card, how come they hadn't been taken care of.
She then looked at her credit report and saw only one account--CareCredit for $712--was reporting to the credit bureaus as "Settled for Less Than Full Balance." Everybody else was just reporting "past due--charge off." Her credit score was terrible.
Liz had been paying $664 a month to settle her debts. What had she gotten? Credit score in the low 500's and the sheriff bringing warrant in debt papers to her door.
Frustrated and angry, Liz called me, Robert Weed. I had done a bankruptcy for her once before back in 2011 and she remembered my name. With her new bankruptcy, the warrant in debt was blocked, and in four months, she was clear of credit card debts totalling $25,237. (Americor had told her it would take two years, and of course it didn't work.)
PS Americor claims to be "The Nation’s Leading Provider of Consumer Credit & Debt Relief Solutions." Mixed in with their really good Google reviews, are one-star reviews from people who had the same experience as Liz.
Liz was shocked when she got a warrant in debt on her Victoria's Secret credit card. She had been paying Americor $664 a month to settle her debts and thought everything was being taken care of. Once she decided to file bankruptcy, all the debts were taken care of and the warrant in debt was blocked.