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Do you have a website for this company? Do you know in which state Kevin Mason is practicing law?
Your timing isn't good, as I'm running out in about 10 minutes and won't be back for several hours.
What I see right off the top is that Kevin Mason is licensed to practice in the state of Florida and the address he has on file with his bar association matches the address on his website. He is a member in good standing, and was admitted to the bar in 2000.
There is a National Legal Staffing Support registered with the Florida Secretary of State. The LLC was incorporated in Delaware in March 2015. So it's a new company. You can find more about it on the link I gave you. The website was launched in February 2015, and it has been registered for 5 years which is a sign that it plans on sticking around. It's a pre-litigation support service and not in and of itself a law firm. It's unknown to the Better Business Bureau.
On a very quick pass, it appears legitimate. I'll look more closely when I return. Meanwhile, feel free to post follow ups to this thread which I can address once I'm back.
Not a meeting. Just a long overdue haircut and color. I'm back.
Email or phone isn't available except as a premium service for which there is an additional fee. I can send you a service offer for the email. If you want it, you can accept it and we can exchange information. If not, that's fine too. We can continue on this thread for what you already have paid.
I have found something that concerns me. The only Kevin ***** *****censed in Florida is a solo practitioner. The information he has given the bar gives an office address for him and a phone number. It also says that his specialties are Family Law, Labor and Employment Law, Real Property, Probate Law. The phone number traces to Kevin Mason but it appears to be a home rather than an office number.
The website gives a different email number, a different office phone number,and a different specialty. It also has a different office suite address. It may be that he has not updated his information with his licensing authority. It may also be that someone has borrowed his name.
Contacting the Florida State Attorney General's Office to look into a complaint history is a good idea.
I'm aware that debt relief in general, student loan relief in particular, is a very high scam area. The Federal Trade Commission is also aware that this is a high scam area and have been addressing abuses and illegalities when it finds them.
The website you gave me, kevinmasonlaw.com was only launched on April 21, 2015. It was registered for one year only, the least amount of time you can get a domain name for. The site will expire if not renewed in a month. It's not characteristic of a business that expects to be around for the long haul to register a site for one year only. It's always suspicious. You can find the information about the website by going to www.domaintools.com and looking up the WHOIS.
Also, did you see this?
No, I was referring to the link I sent you which were to a number of people who were approached by Kevin Mason Law.
I also linked you to a federal trade commission report. Perhaps it's your office computer that won't let you see the links.
Here are some links with contact information in this area: