Old Dominion has a versatile economy with many diverse sectors. With livestock, agriculture, military installations, and software and communications as industries, Virginia is a fairly affluent state, given its high median income.
Unfortunately, its residents are not immune to the effects of credit problems. The average resident has $5,329 worth of credit card debt and may need debt advice from a credit advisor.
Through ACCC, residents of Virginia can receive free accredited credit counseling and debt management advice. There is also a debt management plan offered to qualified individuals. There is no obligation to the financial counseling offered by ACCC.
Residents of Virginia can call our toll-free number, or apply online through our online application.
Testimonials from Virginia clients
“Everyone I spoke to, whether it was a quick question, or extensive budget planning, has been extremely helpful and professional. It has been a great experience and relieved a lot of stress regarding my finances.”
“ACCC helped me to get my finances back on track and has thus improved my credit score. With a consolidated payment, lower to no interest rates, and automatic payments, reducing my debt is super easy.”
“My #1 goal was lowering my monthly payments, and #2 was to get out of debt faster than I could on my own. ACCC is helping me with both and I am so grateful! Once all accounts are enrolled and my out of pocket is just the disbursement total, I’ll be able to shop for necessities without anxiety.”
3 Reasons to Fill Out Our Form and Speak With an ACCC Certified Credit Counselor:
- Virginia residents have an average of $5,329 in credit card debt
- Get a free credit counseling session
- Pay off your debt in most cases within five years