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How Can Credit Counseling Survive These Numbers?

Credit Counseling Demand

A reader asked me to take another look at trending in the credit counseling industry. Shocking sight. I’m afraid things are not looking up. If the trend of years past was still relevant we would expect to see a big post holiday season spike in consumer interest in credit counseling. But we didn’t see on last year and as of ... Read More »

Credit Counseling Industry In Crisis

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I had to go back and look for something I had written before and in my search I found these old press releases I had sent out in early 2005. Funny how those issues are still going on today. While we think times change, apparently in the debt relief world, they don’t. Get Out of Debt Guy – Twitter, G+, ... Read More »

Credit Counseling Enrollment Down. Hurt by Debt Settlement Some Say.

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Credit counseling groups feel the past couple years of cowboy debt settlement have had a significant impact on their operations. The impression I am hearing is that consumers that may have otherwise been able to be helped via a credit counseling program were attracted to unsubstantiated promises of rouge debt settlement companies and then wound up in deeper trouble, often ... Read More »

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