Kansas is cracking down on the sales and service of debt settlement services. While tight lipped about who they are specifically investigating, Kevin Glendening, the Deputy Banking Director, has confirmed his office is investigating debt settlement companies.
Glendening says, “Companies that I think consumers should avoid are a lot of the ones that you see advertised on the late night infomercials promising people to get people out of debt and improve their credit magically overnight.” – Source
According to the current Kansas listing the following organizations are the only ones licensed to offer services under the Credit Service Organization Act.
A New Horizon, Credit Counseling Services Inc., Alliance Credit Counseling, American Consumer Credit Counseling, American Credit Counselors, Black Hills Children’s Ranch, Cambridge Credit Counseling, CareOne Services, ClearPoint Financial Solutions, Consolidated Credit Counseling Services, Consumer Credit Counseling of Springfield, Missouri, Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Greater Atlanta, Consumer Credit Counseling Service of San Francisco, Consumer Credit Counseling Service of the Midwest, Consumer Credit Counseling Service, Consumer Education Services, Consumers Alliance Processing Corporation, Credit Advisors Foundation, CreditGUARD of America, Debt Counseling Corp., Debt Reduction Services, Family Credit Counseling Service, Family Financial Education Foundation, Garden State Consumer Credit Counseling,GreenPath, Housing and Credit Counseling, InCharge Debt Solutions, iPayDebt Financial Services, Money Management International, National Foundation for Debt Management, North Seattle Community College Foundation, Take Charge America – Source
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