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Submitted by on Mon, 05/18/2009 - 13:01
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[samebox="Vikas"]Content removed since I received a Fax from Bill Partlan at First Choice Debt Resolution, LLC certifying under penalty of perjury that the content posted is false. This was done as per policy posted at
The fax has been kept on file.[/samebox]

I'm not sure who you are, but as one of the owners of First Choice Debt Resolution, I take great pride in the fact that we strive to join all necessary agencies and treat our customers right. We have staff trained by the International Association of Professional Debt Arbitrators, that work diligently to ensure that we negotiate our clients the lowest possible settlements. In addition, we have city, state, and telemarketing licenses that we are more than happy to share with any entity or customer. If you have any direct questions, or if indeed you had a specific problem, I ask that you call me directly at 866-957-0213 ext. 270. If you are blogging from another company and trying to bad-mouth us, then shame on you...

Submitted by on Wed, 06/10/2009 - 09:10

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I have found First Choice Debt Resolution to be a great company they are members of the USOBA. They settled out one of my accounts for 32 cents on the dollar. They have done everything they said they would. I would recomend them to everyone that needed help.

Submitted by on Wed, 06/10/2009 - 10:27

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Have been in the program for months now, they have great customer service and the program really works. I've saved thousands of dollars with them from the settlements, they are very highly recommended.

Submitted by on Mon, 06/22/2009 - 13:44

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Could be a actual client who was scammed. Could also be an ex disgruntled employee . Or maybe a competitor bashing their competition. Quite possibly be a bone head client who didn't do and research on what program they were getting into and had unrealistic expectations and assumed they got scammed. Take any negative or positive posts here from guest with a grain of salt. Do your home work on any company you are considering doing business with and make your own conclusions. I have no clue if this company is legit or not. All I am saying is there are a lot of BS fake complaints and fake testimonials that people post.

Submitted by mobile0311 on Fri, 08/07/2009 - 10:49


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Hi There,
My Client # is 6*********** and I would like to cancel the program as I am doing one for all my credit cards thru the B of A. so I would appreciate if you cancelled my meber ship in your program. Thank you.

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Submitted by on Mon, 08/24/2009 - 15:57

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I'm in the program for about 4 months. I missed something during registration, and didn't remember or realize that the company gets 82% of my 1st five payments, and then payment six through seventeen 54% of my payment goes to the company. In reality, not much of my payment is being saved for credit card settlements until payment #18. That's a long time for First Choice to take most of my payment and I don't credit for the full payment until they have paid all of their fees first. I'm trying to decide whether to terminate the contract. I know it's my fault that I got into it without completed understanding of the process. Is this what you understand also? Any comments are welcomed.

Submitted by on Thu, 02/11/2010 - 17:45

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I am a Senior Debt Analyst here at First Choice. If you have concerns, please contact our customer service department directly, we will do whatever possible to make sure our clients are satisfied. If you do not fully understand the program we will be glad to re-explain it clearly for you. We want you to besuccessful in becoming debt free. We have certifications through the and are monitored and regulated by the and have been ranked for "Best Practices". for information about our program.

Submitted by on Thu, 03/25/2010 - 16:09

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