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'm considering using Freedom Debt Relief. Is it worth it?
I'm concern that it will effect my credit score of 755. Is it worth it?

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Search and research as much as you can.

Might want to also check out the following link

http://www.consumeraffairs.com/debt_counsel/freedom_debt_relief.html

Good Luck!

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Thank you for your response. I was on the phone with them for hour and a half this morning and finally the fee came up in writing, which I asked about the day before. Their fee is 21% of the debt you contract them to settle. So for $51,000 it will cost over $10,000 for them to work on settlements. It seems so high. I'm really not sure if it's worth that much money.

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