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Debt Consolidation Reviews and Other Ways to Check Up on Debt Consolidation Providers

If you have unsecured debt to consolidate [link to "debt consolidate" page], there are plenty of debt consolidation companies competing for your business. They'll all tell you how great they are, but the fact is that debt consolidation providers vary widely in the quality of services they deliver and even in the integrity with which they treat customers. It's important to get independent, third party validation of any company you're thinking of working with. Debt consolidation reviews are a good source of such information, and there are also other means to identify reputable debt consolidation companies. At American Consumer Credit Counseling (ACCC), we encourage prospective customers to do their homework before selecting a consolidation provider.

Debt Consolidation Reviews Give You the Consumers' Perspective

Debt consolidation reviews can tell you what kinds of experiences consumers like you have had with a particular debt consolidation company. When reading debt consolidation reviews, pay particular attention to whether the company provides high quality customer service, and also whether or not customers report long-lasting benefits from the company's consolidation program.

ACCC provides consumers a way to achieve unsecured debt consolidation without having to borrow more money. Our expert debt advice and highly effective consolidated debt solutions have been putting individuals and families on the road to financial freedom since our founding in 1991. In the About Us section of our website we proudly display some of the glowing debt consolidation reviews that we've received from our thousands of satisfied customers over the years.

Beyond Debt Consolidation Reviews: Other Means of Independent Verification

Debt consolidation reviews are a good source of independent perspective on consolidation providers, but there are also other ways to identify companies that are likely to treat you fairly. Here are a few types of debt consolidation information that can help steer you towards a reputable consolidation company:

  • Check with the Better Business Bureau (BBB) for information about the company. In the case of ACCC you'll find that we're accredited with the BBB and that the BBB gives us its highest possible grade – an A+.
  • Confirm that the company belongs to one of the major trade associations for debt management agencies: the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) or the Association of Independent Consumer Credit Counseling Agencies (AICCCA). American Consumer Credit Counseling is a member of the AICCCA.
  • Check whether the debt consolidation company is for-profit or non-profit. ACCC is a (501)(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to helping individuals increase their financial literacy and credit management skills.

American Consumer Credit Counseling is a non-profit credit counseling and debt management center for individuals and families who want to settle credit card debt and learn to live life debt free. In our free counseling sessions, our certified credit counselors help consumers make a debt reduction plan for eliminating credit card debt over a period of time – usually five years or less. After reviewing a client’s financial situation, counselors work with consumers to find the best path to credit card debt elimination. This may involve providing education about credit card debt and bankruptcy, comparing debt consolidation vs chapter 13 bankruptcy or debt settlement services, and answering basic debt reduction and debt consolidation questions, such as “what is credit counseling?” and “how can I protect my credit score?”

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