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A Debt Management program - how it works

If you feel that you are drowning in debt, you might be wondering what exactly a debt management program is, how it works, and how it will help you get out of debt. When you call ACCC, a certified credit counselor will analyze your complete financial situation so you have the clearest possible understanding of your finances; it’s important to remember that each individual’s financial situation is unique and may require different debt solutions. After completing a budget counseling session, your counselor will help you determine if a debt management program is the best possible solution for you. Watch this quick video to learn the basics of how a debt management program can help you pay off your unsecured debt within five years (in most cases) and how to contact ACCC to take the next steps toward becoming debt free.

Are you drowning in debt?
American Consumer Credit Counseling is here to help!
How will a debt management program help me?
In most cases the debt management program will help you pay off your unsecured debt within 5 years by reducing interest rates, stopping late and over the limit fees and consolidating your debt into one easy monthly payment.
How do I get started? Just call American Consumer Credit Counseling
800.769.3571 and speak to a certified credit counselor today!

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American Consumer Credit Counseling (ACCC) is a not-for-profit organization that provides free credit counseling and low-cost debt services to individuals and families. Before consumers enroll in a debt settlement plan or sign a contract with a US debt settlement service, our certified and highly trained counselors can provide information about the pros and cons of debt collection settlement as well as debt settlement vs bankruptcy and share details about the debt settlement bad credit impact. We can also help consumers explore alternatives to engaging settlement companies to offer a credit card lump sum settlement. And consumers can find answers to questions like “What is credit card settlement?” or “What is debt settlement?” as well as “How does debt settlement work?”

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