Gold Shield Alliance LLC (GSA) has discovered a rapid method to immediately stop financial actions against you; guide your lender to settle your outstanding balance without harm to the lender; cease all collections against you; remove liens, levies, lawsuits, garnishments; improve your credit score; all this in most cases within 30 days. Results will vary. All processes are done on a "best efforts" basis.
GSA is an administrative services organization. We are not a debt collection agency or law firm and do not offer legal, tax, accounting or investment advice.
This is a simple two step win-win program where the Consumer's Bank, IRS and CRA debts are settled in full. Everyone walks away complete and satisfied without dispute. Even court cases can be stopped with amicable resolution. The consumer has their home, auto, credit card or student loans paid, credit restored, liens and levies removed, title and stolen property returned and even cash settlements.
It all starts with a settlement letter to your collectors and a jurisdictional change to your court (if any). Any actions taken against you (even a bill) triggers a Common Law World Court action by you against your perpetrators. Or, if no resolution is reached in 30 days, submit the WCNS action to initiate World Court action.
Either way, you have the power of fair and honorable courts working for you. No appearance is required. Your simple affidavits and our proprietary process work together to get you results.
Direct your collectors to willingly settle any loans and debts plus remove liens, levies or garnishments. Then update your credit files with paid in full.
No court appearances
No outrageous fees
FCUSA membership $300 (required)
Each applicant must first be a member of FCUSA. Not yet a member? Signup here.
Each action - very low price:
$795; $895 Bankruptcy
Each process includes: Stop action notice; stoppage of further collections; removal of liens, levies or garnishment; expungement of court case; settlement of outstanding balance by the creditor/collecter (not you); notice to appropriate entities of payment in full; credit bureau notification as paid in full.