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The Equality State boasts some of the most beautiful national parks in the nation, like Grand Teton and Yellowstone. With a varied economy ranging from mineral extraction to agriculture, the state’s economy is also unique in that the federal government owns roughly half of the landmass.

Despite the diverse economy and picturesque national parks, Wyoming’s residents can fall into consumer debt and develop credit problems. The average resident has $4,789 worth of credit card debt and may be in need of a debt reduction service.

Through ACCC, residents of Wyoming can receive free debt 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 Wyoming can call our toll free number, or apply online through our online application.

Testimonials from Wyoming clients

“If I had not enrolled, being of low income, I do not know how I'd have kept up with the bills. Your calling the creditors and lowering the payments has helped me tremendously. I am back on track.”
-Tom B.

“Since signing up for the debt management program, I have received two confirmations of creditors accepting the program. I am already feeling less stressed.”
-Lucinda E.


1) Wyoming residents have an average of $4,789 worth of credit card debt
2) Get a free credit counseling session
3) Pay off your debt in most cases within five years

American Consumer Credit Counseling, a not-for-profit organization, is dedicated to helping consumers lower credit card debt and learn how to be debt free in the future. We offer free credit counseling where our highly trained credit counselors review consumers’ finances and credit card debt problems¸ offer credit card debt advice, and help to find the best strategy for paying down credit card debt. Counselors can also provide education around many common debt reduction strategies, including debt management, credit card debt settlement, bankruptcy, and debt negotiation services. We can compare the advantages and disadvantages of debt consolidation vs. debt settlement plans offered by debt reduction companies, and help consumers choose the plan best suited to their financial situation.

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