Monday, March 27, 2017

DEBT HELPERS OF AMERICA FILES FOR CHAPTER 11

THE LARGEST DEBT COMPANY IN AMERICA HAS FILED FOR BANKRUPTCY AFTER BEING SUED IN A CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT,  CEO CLAIMS NOTHING IS WRONG.....

BRIDGEPORT, MN.

Debt Helpers of America (DHOA), the company whose TV ads promised help in obtaining huge debt fast, is out of business as of 12:01 a.m. this morning.  DHOA CEO, Darrel Dicks has filed a counter suit and says his company is all above board.
Wanda Rount and some of the items that put her into debt
The plaintiff who started the class action lawsuit and whose name is on the lawsuit is Wanda Rount, 36, of Bridgeport. She claims DHOA helped her accumulate massive debt by selling her hundreds of items she didn't need.

DHOA, in a tweet to OFF THE WALL NEWS claims Ms. Rount signed an agreement to purchase literally hundreds of items from DHOA business clients. "We fulfilled our promise to help Ms. Rount accumulate debt."

OFF THE WALL NEWS obtained a partial list of some of the items Ms. Rounts purchased.  On that list are items such as three 60" flat screen TVs, two bird baths, numerous garden tools, 57 lawn chairs, and 6 pair or roller skates. From Zip's Lawn Service, she purchased a garden tractor, a plow, and ten miles of fencing. The list goes on and on.  "I'll never get out of debt!" she cried to the judge, "Not unless I win this lawsuit."
As long as DHOA has Chapter 11 protection, people like Wanda Rount, will have to deal with their debt. Ms. Rount plans to have a yard sale next weekend and hopes to recoup some of her lost bank account.
If you too think you have been duped by DHOA call 1-800-DUM-BASS and leave your name and number.

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