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GetOutOfDebt.org Launches New Free Service for Debt Relief Industry

Today we are pleased to announce a new free service for the debt relief industry.

Debt relief related companies will now be able to submit their press releases directly to the site for inclusion to promote new products, services, or entities in the debt relief world.

The publication of debt relief press releases is something we have done for quite a while, however many debt relief companies were probably not aware of it.

Starting today we have added a new front page section featuring the latest press releases published, we’ve added the free submission link to the debt relief tab in the top menu and we’ve added a purpose built form for press releases submissions, here.

Entities submitting press releases will also be able to include an image for free as well.

This new free service complements the nearly free debt relief job listing board we provide as well. With that service, debt relief companies can submit open jobs and positions for $1 for 30 days. The nominal charge for the job listings is merely to prevents spammers from jamming the job board.

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