Can Consumers Count on the NFCC to Find the Right Credit Counseling Agency?

Sometimes the strangest stories come out of the simplest questions. In this case it was an inquiry about National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) agencies in Connecticut. From the NFCC credit counseling agency locator page for Connecticut there were 25 agencies listed. So having some time to kill, research ensued. But what was perplexing was … Read more

Advantage Credit Counseling Service Makes Perplexing Statement

Advantage Credit Counseling Service has a “white paper” out that purports to reveal what a certified credit counseling agency can do for you. Credit counselors have good programs that are best suited to people who are behind on their bills but can afford at least the regular monthly payment plus continue to save both for … Read more

Credit Counseling Services and the Bankruptcy Conundrum

A press release out by Advantage Credit Counseling Service drew me to their site today. – Source. While there I came across a good example of the ethical conundrum facing nonprofit credit counselors today. Advance Credit Counseling Service is not alone in dealing with this problem. According to the Advantage Credit Counseling Service website they … Read more

Kentucky Signs Into Law New Tough Debt Adjusting Law That Regulates Debt Settlement Companies and Others

I’ll admit I’m a bit late with this news but on April 13, 2010 Kentucky signed into law a new tough set of rules that regulate credit counseling, debt settlement and foreclosure assistance. FRANKFORT, Ky. — Gov. Steve Beshear was joined today by Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway as he signed into law HB 166, … Read more

Suze Orman Suggested I Contact Advantage CCS. – Justine

“Dear Steve, I am married 20 years with 2 teenage children.We have always lived paycheck-to-paycheck. We have never had a savings account with an “emergency fund”.Our income was cut in half when my husband was forced to take an unpaid leave of absence from work from the end of June to mid September then lost … Read more