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Matthews Law Firm Help!!
1801 Century Park East 24th Floor
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1/31/2011 2:33 PM (PST)

Has any one out there been able to get any response from Matthews Law Firm? I am very worry that I have not been able to get any response from them. I have invested 18000 + dollars and have not yet heard about my debts settlements. Can someone advice me what should be my next step to take.
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1/31/2011 5:08 PM (PST)

Thank you. I will do that. I am just so amazed that people like them can continue practising with a license.

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2/1/2011 9:17 AM (PST)

The most detailed account that I have seen on how to get out of a debt settlement program is posted at www.getoutofdebt.org by credit industry blogger Steve Rhode:

http://getoutofdebt.org/20126/how-to-get-out-of-a-debt-settlement-program-and-get-a-big-refund#

Let us know what you end up doing.

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6/4/2011 4:45 AM (PST)

It is truly bad not to live up to the expectations of your existing customers. It is better to go with companies that don't charge any upfront fees. These companies would rather charge a small percentage on the amount that they succeed in saving (for their customers).

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