My name is ***** ***** and I live in Tennessee. In 2012, like the person in this page I too enlisted the legal help of CLC (Consumer Law Council, LLC 2655 North Ocean Drive, Suite 403, Singer Island, FL 33404). A notary was sent to my door and I signed Limited Power Of Attorney
concerning a past due credit debit on a credit card account that was closed in 2009. I too made payments to this Meracord which apparently is the way CLC collects their fees (or was). I paid all of my payments over one and 1/2 years which totaled roughly $4000.00. This was an agreement with the understanding that I would be completely cleared of this debt and not one penny would be paid to the creditor because of illegal practices by credit card companies in general. It's been 3 years and about 5 months and my credit report
still shows this debt. A representative from CLC had been calling me once a month for the past 3 years to tell me that they are working on my case and it's getting closer to being resolved. I called last week and requested to speak with somebody that could actually give me some answers. A person answered the phone claiming that after the statue of limitations for my state was up the credit debt would disappear from my credit reports. I told him that I wanted a full refund since I had been given no documentation that anything had been filed or done legally for me. He told me that they didn't give refunds, however they would give a gift to unsatisfied customers to sever any contractual agreements. This purposed gift for me would be about 10% of what I've paid in.
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