You may have not heard initially about Bedrock Legal, but did you get a pre-qualification loan mailer? Did the mailer say that you pre-qualified for a great interest rate debt consolidation loan, but you actually didn't get approved?
What is this company? What are the reviews?
Also, if you have been involved with BedRock Legal Group, please consider calling me at 833-272-3631 as I am constantly adding more information to this article that can help other users.
In my opinion, two of the most unbiased, holistic review sites are BBB for reviews and complaints and Google reviews. Reviews on these sites may tend to be a bit more negative, but it seems to be a source of information.
So, what are the other reviews?
On BBB, Bedrock Legal currently has a 1 star rating from 11 reviews and an F rating. In addition, they have 66 complaints closed in the last 3 years and 11 complaints closed in the last 12 months. When I see these types of reviews, I wonder whether someone else is signing people up for Bedrock Legal, and that Bedrock Legal is not marketing themselves directly.
What I found interesting was that Bedrock Legal has an F rating on the Better Business Bureau.
There is not a single review over 1 star on BBB for Bedrock Legal. For example, this review talks about how they feel Bedrock Legal bait and switched them with a lower quote price increase their payments “wanting double the amount that they originally estimated” which MK considers as unacceptable.
On Google, Bedrock Legal currently has a 1.8 rating based on 59 reviews. One of the biggest things I saw was that the review that Google deemed the most relevant said that “They take all their fees upfront out of your payments and then start negotiations.”
In addition to that, they shared that the employees had verbally confirmed that their account was paid in full already but now say that the account was not paid and that they need to renegotiate which will cost more. The customer continues sharing that this is not the first time they have done this.
Potentially, the group is taking out their fees first because they are a law firm and you are retaining the law firm, so you are paying the retainer fee. Regardless, the overall reviews seem to reflect horrible customer service (over 45 minute holds every time and poor communication) and Bedrock Legal raising their prices for the customer.
Here are some examples of Google reviews:
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On Trustpilot they have a much higher number of reviews. They currently have a 2.3 star rating with 361 reviews. Which is at least higher than their 1 star on Google and BBB. However the reviews don’t seem to be much better.
Of the top two reviews that Trustpilot deems as most relevant say that Bedrock Legal. One says they have a “Complete lack of responsiveness to customers and sub-quality work.” The other states that Bedrock Legal left them with a wage garnishment of $41,000.
Here are the screenshots of the reviews:
BedRock Legal appears to be a law firm that is pitching debt settlement. I wouldn’t be surprised if BedRock Legal was tied to a much bigger organization as it appears that there are more of these firms that have similarities.
When I look at these companies, I like to understand how old the website is and see any information I can about the company.
What I found interesting is that Phoenix Legal Groups website has been around for over 6 years, which is much longer than some other entities that are much newer.
The footer of their page says they are a debt relief agency and that they help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.