Tom Martino bankruptcy helps Troubleshooter take aim: Kenny Be's Hip Tip

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Tom Martino has filed for Chapter 7 personal bankruptcy protection and is claiming assets of $1.37 Million and liabilities of $78.6 million. Long known for turning his "Troubleshooter" consumer advocate media persona into a pay-for-play advertising empire, the shameless Martino will no doubt find a way to make a fortune off of his failing...

By changing the name of his website to "bubbleshooter.con," Martino could admit that his Troubleshooter brand has gone bust. He could then aim his sights at selling referrals to businesses that can help prevent consumers from ever having to pay their own bills...

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