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New Web-program Offers Savings, Financial Protection, And Even Income For Some
The online Cost Mitigation and Recovery System allows U.S. consumers and business owners to inexpensively capitalize on the extensive experience of others to help resolve urgent legal and financial issues.
By: Edward H. Smith, Publisher
Facts & Circumstances
In a vast majority of cases, individuals who are faced with threatening financial matters (such as income loss, escalating debts, excessive interest rates and fees, investment and equity losses, cash flow deficits, pending foreclosure, bankruptcies, lawsuits, and much more) simply don't have the money to pay thousands of dollars to resolve these problems - or to fall back on in hopes that circumstances change and the problems subside. For example, even if a foreclosure proceeding is legally flawed, and could be easily stopped in court, a property owner may simply lack the thousands of dollars necessary to challenge the foreclosure action through traditional legal channels and representation - or the thousands of dollars to "buy time" in hopes that the problem will go away. This same situation exists with a host of other financial problems where the traditional solution to a problem is simply not effective or affordable - like credit card abuses, collection actions, lawsuits, tax disputes, and much more.
The CMR System operates by allowing you to capitalize on the money, efforts, research, experience, and proven techniques that have enabled others to successfully resolve the same problems that you may be facing through an approach which is more "self-reliant"
CMR System is especially useful to those faced with urgent financial matters such as collection actions, foreclosures, pending bankruptcies, business and investment losses, and more.
Please visit: www.ehsportal.com and www.cmrsystem.com
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Edward H. Smith, Publisher of The EHS Letter Manual, has contributed to the development of the CMR System to assist individuals in the protection of their money, income, and property in the failing U.S. economy.