I encourage you to use the contact information below to learn more about how a credit counseling program may be able to assist you.
There is no cost and you are not obligating yourself to anything by completing the information request form below for information to help you to get out of debt.
Credit Counseling Information Request Form
A debt management plan is a consolidated debt repayment plan that may stop or eliminate debt collection calls, reduce your monthly payments and/or reduce the interest rate you are paying.
Credit counselors are paid by creditors for collecting money from you. They do not negotiate on your behalf but instead pass on special terms to you when you enroll. You may be able to get the same or better terms by contacting your creditors directly. You should not hesitate in contacting your creditors and asking about their internal hardship programs.
When you enter and submit your information you will be be contacted by Cambridge Credit Counseling who will review your situation and discuss if credit counseling may be a benefit to you in your situation.
There is no need to obligate yourself to anything. If you don’t think the credit counseling solution sounds like the path you want to follow after you learn about it, don’t do it.
If you would like to review the major debt relief options before you ask for credit counseling information, I invite you to use my free How to Get Out of Debt Calculator.
By completing the form below and speaking with a credit counseling counselor you will be in a much better position to determine if a credit counseling program will work for you.
If you have any feedback or feel you were not treated with the utmost of kindness and courtesy by Cambridge Credit Counseling, I want you to let me know immediately. Your care is my top concern.
P.S. I encourage you to also contact and meet with a local bankruptcy attorney so you can be as fully informed as possible and make the most informed decision that you can about which debt solution will be right for you. Most bankruptcy attorneys offer a free bankruptcy consultation appointment to answer your questions and educate you about bankruptcy. You can click here to find a local bankruptcy attorney you like.
P.S.S. I also think you will find my article on the effectiveness of debt settlement, credit counseling and bankruptcy to be a must read before you decide which path to follow. Please read “The Truth About The Failure Rates and Completion Rates of Credit Counseling, Debt Settlement, and Bankruptcy” so you can be fully informed.
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