American Coalition of Companies Organized to Reduce Debt – ACCORD

ACCORD is another debt settlement trade association that states they are “a not-for-profit organization that was established to promote advocacy of consumer oriented debt settlement programs to professionals, legislators, regulatory agencies and consumers.” – Source

As of today, they list their members as: – Source

DebtSmith
Hastings, MN

Financial Consulting Services
Phoenix, AZ

Advantage Debt Services (PlanStar)
Mendota Heights, MN
Tarpon Springs, FL

Select Benefits
Clearwater, FL

Ultimate Debt Solutions
Phoenix, AZ

Nationwide Asset Services
Phoenix, AZ

Thumbs up on at least listing their street address and contact information.

Address:
One East Camelback Road, Suite 550
Phoenix, Arizona 85012

Phone:
(800) 721-0527

Email:
[email protected]

Sincerly,


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4 thoughts on “American Coalition of Companies Organized to Reduce Debt – ACCORD”

  1. Wow- Nice.
    It appears they are on the good guys side. The manner in which your paragraph describes them “ACCORD is another debt settlement trade association that states they are “a not-for-profit organization that was established to promote advocacy of consumer oriented debt settlement programs to professionals, legislators, regulatory agencies and consumers.””
    Steve, it sounds as though you don’t buy it- No?

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  2. It appears the main purpose of this organization is to promote the new fee model of no setup fees, just settlement fees. Their site says:

    “ACCORD has six core objectives:

    Promote debt settlement programs that charge no fees until service is provided along with fees based on the amount of savings achieved for the consumer through legislative and regulatory initiatives.”

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