What is Resolved With National Debt Relief?

By on April 11, 2018

A kind reader sent in a mailer from National Debt Relief through my I Buy Junk Mail Program.

This mailer from Arthur Khmura at National Debt Relief contains one word used many times which I think can cause confusion among consumers – resolve.

The mailer says, “you don’t have to pay any fees until your debt is resolved” but what does resolved mean?

Does that mean until the settled debt is satisfied, paid off, paid at all, or something else I suspect it might mean till an agreement is in place with the creditor to repay the debt through settlement but is that really “resolved?”

Just based on the mailer, if you are considering using the National Debt Relief program, make sure you understand what their definition of resolve means so there are no unfortunate surprises later.

And “resolve” is a word used over and over in the mailer so I’m guessing it is intentional since they are so fond of it.

Resolve is on the envelope and the back of the mailer also.

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2 Comments

  1. Morshed

    April 28, 2018 at 1:16 pm

    Good point. It makes me suspicious as if they are hiding behind a word – Resolve :)

    May be they need more clear for readers. Do you still recommend this program for less than $5000 debt?

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