NFCC and AICCCA Join Forces to Offer Debt Resolution Tips

by News Guy on July 9, 2010

National Foundation for Credit Counseling and the Association of Independent Consumer Credit Counseling Agencies Join Forces to Offer Debt Resolution Tips

Some Debt Resolution Options May Be Too Good to Be True: NFCC and AICCCA Offer Consumer Tips on Evaluating Alternatives

SILVER SPRING, MD—  When the bottom falls out financially, people need help and they need it fast! Often, this desire for a speedy solution to fix financial woes will lead consumers down the wrong path. That is why the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) and the Association of Independent Consumer Credit Counseling Agencies (AICCCA) are recommending that consumers steer clear of offers that on the surface may seem good, but in the end will leave folks worse off than when they began.

Wouldn’t you agree that lately the airwaves are filled with ads promising quick relief from debt, as well as promises of happy endings? Unfortunately, all too often that relief comes at a cost, not only to your pocketbook, but also to your credit score and financial future. Many offer promises that make the path to financial freedom sound extremely appealing, but the reality may be very different than the sunny pictures in those commercials.

The NFCC and AICCCA are strongly encouraging consumers to thoroughly investigate and understand any debt resolution option before making a decision. Keep in mind that it is up to you to do your homework before doing business with anyone, particularly if it involves your finances.

So what should you keep an eye out for when looking for a reputable business? Download, learn and share here: www.westglen.com/online/Consumer_Information.pdf

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NFCC and AICCCA each have a long record of successfully helping restore financial stability to people’s lives. For more information, please visit www.DebtAdvice.org.

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