Latest Posts
Home > Debt Articles > Credit Counseling Industry > To All Former A New Horizon Credit Counseling Clients – HELP

To All Former A New Horizon Credit Counseling Clients – HELP

All of a sudden, people that have debt management accounts with the nonprofit credit counseling group A New Horizons Credit Counseling Services, are freaking out. Where did the company go? Why aren’t they answering the phones? Where is my money?

In one respect the situation is feeling much like another implosion of a nonprofit credit counseling group. Last year it was United Financial Systems.

If there is any silver lining in the A New Horizon situation for consumers it is that at least there is another party involved here that may be able to help.

From the message below it looks like Consolidated Credit Counseling Services was in the middle of transitioning the clients from ANH when ANH winked out.

Consolidated Credit Counseling Services works hard to provide exceptional customer service. I’ve known them for years and when they say they will try to help stranded ANH clients, I believe they will.

Consolidated Credit Counseling Services, Inc. (“Consolidated”) has no affiliation with A New Horizon (“ANH”), its ownership, or management.

However, Consolidated agreed to accept the transfer of all current clients from ANH provided that ANH obtain written permission from the clients and transfer all relevant documentation necessary for our organization to assume responsibility for the clients.

Our organization has been in business for almost 20 years and is one of the leading agencies in our industry; we have performed dozens of successful bulk client acquisitions from other agencies who for various reasons were unable to continue servicing their clients. Unfortunately, in this case, A New Horizon unexpectedly went out of business before all of their clients’ data was transferred to our organization.

Most ANH clients were transferred properly to Consolidated and are doing fine. However, once ANH prematurely and abruptly closed their doors, they became unavailable by telephone to us and their clients, leaving many questions unanswered.

As a result, ANH may have left some of their clients frustrated and understandably angry. In an effort to provide as much assistance as possible to the displaced consumers affected by ANH going out of business, Consolidated has set up a “Hot-Line” for former ANH clients. If you were a client of A New Horizon and need more information regarding continuing your Debt Management Program, please call us at 1-877-201-7780 ext. 9083.

Gary S. Herman
President
Consolidated Credit Counseling Services, Inc.

To All Former A New Horizon Credit Counseling Clients   HELP
Get Out of Debt Guy – Twitter, G+, Facebook

To All Former A New Horizon Credit Counseling Clients - HELP by

Share This and Spread the Word

About Steve Rhode

Steve Rhode
Steve Rhode is the Get Out of Debt Guy and has been helping good people with bad debt problems since 1994. You can learn more about Steve, here.
  • Sam

    Consolidated Credit Counseling PURCHASED ANH’s clients starting earlier this year. ANH was shopping around the portfolio with other agencies. Seems like a long time for “A New Horizon unexpectedly went out of business before all of their clients’ data was transferred to our organization”. A New Horizon closed the doors but their CEO (Stephen Marcus) opened another business called http://www.brollyconsulting.com doing Debt Settlement and putting old ANH clients in this program. Try calling them and asking for ANH’s old CEO (Stephen Marcus) 855-428-9745. They have a recording about OLD ANH clients that they are now servicing. Seems odd they don’t list a phone number or address on the website currently.

Get My FREE Get Out of Debt Guy Newsletter

It is the smart thing to do.

I promise to keep your email safe and secure.

Close

I want to keep you posted each weekday with just one email about the latest get out of debt news, scam alerts and information to beat back debt.

You can unsubscribe at any time with just one click.

After you subscribe, check your email to confirm your subscription. If the confirmation email does not appear in your inbox in a few minutes, check your spam folder for it. Sometimes it likes to annoyingly hide there.


  • It will keep you posted on the latest scams.
  • You will be alerted to the latest articles.
  • You will wind up smarter than everyone else dealing with debt.