I replied to a radio commercial on the Katherine Albrecht show. The advertiser went by the commercial name of zerodebt in 90 days. The site promotes 5 modules , incorporation, friendly judgment lien, winning collection game, stopping foreclosure, and increaseing your net worth. Possibly my son or someone who is aware of what is trying tro be accomplished.
Can you explain in more detail the "misinformation" you are claiming they are saying in their process. They advise it to be myself or a family member as the friendly lien filer.
Thats why I am asking questions about their system. If you are interested in seeing if I have missed something in my description of what they are proposing the creator of this method is John Gliha and one of his system dealers is Paul Victor. The site is zerodebtin90days.com
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