In a recent article, I posted a blog entry criticizing a website called Debt Warriors for publishing an article entitled "7 Facts That The Average Bankruptcy Lawyer Will Not Tell Debtors". Author J. Carlton Ford also owns the Debt Warriors website, which sells "coaching" videos for nearly $50 that purport to teach consumers how to negotiate settlements with creditors.
I engaged Mr. Ford in direct conversation via his website, where he initially defended his position and proceeded to attack my own motives. However, he has since removed his article without further comment. He never did explain the basis for some of his false claims such as how he arrived at the erroneous conclusion that Congress had eliminated Chapter 11 from the Bankruptcy Code.
When confronted with the facts, Debt Warriors chose to turn and run from the battlefield. Mr. Ford's actions speak loudly regarding the value of his "coaching" services.
If you are experiencing debt problems, don't pay someone to teach you debt settlement techniques that you can learn for free with a simple Google search. If you are in over your head, consult a member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys for assistance. If you live in Southern California, please contact us for a free consultation.
About the Author: Carl H. Starrett II has been a licensed attorney since 1993 and is a member in good standing with the California State Bar and the San Diego County Bar Association. Mr. Starrett practices in the areas of bankruptcy, business litigation, construction, corporate planning and debt collection.
Attorney, I did retract the story. I was asked to take it down by Pre-Paid Legal to avoid undue stress. But I'm just getting started sir :)Wait until you see today's post. I'm just getting going. You picked the wrong fight with the wrong person. Game on Attorney.
I look forward to being amused by your next post. For example, are you going to explain this claim that appeared on blog?
"Regarding the "Clean Sweep Bankruptcy" as you know, after 2005, it doesn't exist anymore."
Wrong. Chapter 7 is alive and well and nearly every consumer debtor that comes to see me still qualifies for relief under Chapter 7 bankruptcy. I am able to tell them what the credit score is now and what it will likely be after they get their discharge. Most of my clients will see an increase in their credit score.
I look forward to reading and debunking your next post.
I think good credit score metter is related which bank you work with.
Thanks for the great post. Please continue writing good post like this!
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