Get Out Of Debt On Your Own
Not all personal finance issues require the intervention of a third-party service. The truth is, the majority of concerns can be remedied on your own.
As a nonprofit debt relief service with over 20 years of helping individuals repay their unsecured debts or build a workable household budget, we often recommend individuals and couples repay their debts on their own following steps we outline during our consultation.
Guide to Self-Managing Your Debt
The following materials have been created to help you repay your debt on your own. You’ll find multiple resources that you can use while formulating your repayment strategy. These include detailed guides and materials to outline proven methods that provide the best path to success.
Our Do It Yourself Debt Relief Guide focuses on the following debt repayment methods:
Proceed With Caution: National Debt Relief Scams Are Plentiful
Facing an uphill battle against debt can feel overwhelming. We urge caution when seeking assistance from a third-party, especially when it concerns having conversations with debt settlement services. They may even call themselves “counselors.” However, they are for-profit entities that fall outside of much of the scrutiny and accountability that non-profit credit counseling organizations adhere to.
Also, we suggest you be especially leery of customer reviews that these services may display. Check deeper than just the reviews you find within the settlement companies websites.
If you would like to speak with a nonprofit organization regarding your financial situation, we recommend that you contact a member of the Financial Counseling Association of America or the National Foundation for Credit Counseling to connect with a counselor near you.
Money Fit Debt Relief | We’ll BE There For You
Money Fit by DRS Inc. is a nonprofit Consumer Credit Counseling service that has helped thousands of individuals live debt free in over 20 years of service. Our mission is financial education and empowering consumers to break free from the burden of debt. If you need someone to talk to about your situation, we’ll be there.
We invite you to contact us either online or by telephone at (800) 432-0310 and speak to a Credit Counselor.
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