Is Jensen Legal Group in Frisco, Texas legitimate. (Global Client Solutions). For reducing our credit card debit do to hardship. they told us they will have us send payment for X amount into our own savings with global client for 12 months. In the meantime we will not communicate with cc company. We will communicate with them. Are the legit?
State/Country relating to question: New Hampshire
Paying extra every month. The interest is killing us.
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They are legitimate in that they are a business, but they are not at all recommended. The Better Business Bureau rates them as an "F" grade and notes 36 complaints reported by consumers to them against Jensen, most having to do with their services, 2 of which went unresolved by the company. The reviews online from people that have used them are equally as poor - people saying the company took thousands of dollars from them and breached the terms of the agreement, left them worse off than before, etc.
To be honest, you can talk to your creditors yourself and try to work out an agreement. Creditors do not want to have to send your account into collections and risk not getting paid, and they certainly don't want to risk you filing bankruptcy and not getting paid at all. So, they are typically willing to work with consumers -reducing or freezing your interest, for example.
If you feel like you need the services of a credit counselor, talk to the National Federation for Credit Counseling, and they should be able to assist you further.
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Just wanted you to know that you gave me INCORRECT INFO: Global client solutions of Tulsa OKLA is legit Listing on Dunn & Bradstreet. Russell McInnis
You original legal question asked about Jensen Legal Group in Frisco, Texas. I never said they weren't a legitimate business - but that doesn't mean they are a GOOD business. Anyone with a few hundred dollars can form a business. Thus, my information is not incorrect. If you look at the BBB listing for Jensen Legal Group in Texas you will find the poor rating and information, and if you Google their name, you'll see numerous complaints against them by individuals who state they were taken advantage of,
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You're very welcome. I also wanted to add, I would agree with you that Global Client Solutions in Tulsa appears to be a much better company -and they are A+ rated by the Better Business Bureau, but they don't appear to even be related to Jensen Legal Group as far as I can tell, operating in different states, and Jensen appears to be a law firm or uses lawyers.I'd also look at the National Federation for Credit Counseling, as they assist people who are having difficulties with creditors and who need assistance with credit counseling for little to no fee.
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