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Poll Results Show Credit Cards Stay Home This Summer

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National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) While using cash or a debit card is a great way to avoid going into debt, there are some additional considerations that should be made before making them the only options for travel. Washington, DC (PRWEB) July 30, 2015 The June online poll conducted by the National Foundation for Credit Counseling® (NFCC®) reveals how ... Read More »

    Higher Credit Card Debt and Fewer Assets Are Among Challenges Faced By Military

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    Washington, DC (PRWEB) July 02, 2015 Active members of the military, veterans, and their families are routinely facing complex challenges in their daily lives. Thankfully, there is a growing awareness of the benefit that support networks can play in helping our heroes tackle serious medical, logistical and transitional issues. Among the matters that weigh heavy on service members and their ... Read More »

      National Foundation for Credit Counseling Gets a Load of Cash for Housing Assistance

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      WASHINGTON, D.C. – March 18, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — The National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) is pleased to announce that it has received a grant award totaling $2.3 million from NeighborWorks® America to support foreclosure prevention efforts through its Member Agencies. The NFCC grant is part of $44.8 million in federally appropriated funds awarded through NeighborWorks® America’s National Foreclosure ... Read More »

        Springboard Encourages Prospective Borrowers to Take Action

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        (PRWEB) February 24, 2015 Springboard Nonprofit Consumer Credit Management, Inc. (“Springboard”) is urging individuals and families to assess their saving status this America Saves Week to ensure they are on track to reach their financial goals. America Saves Week, nationally recognized February 23 – 28, 2015, serves as an annual reminder to consumers to promote both good savings behavior and ... Read More »

          The National Foundation for Credit Counseling Supports America Saves Week

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          The National Foundation for Credit Counseling® (NFCC) is proud to support America Saves Week February 23 – 28, 2015. America Saves is an annual opportunity for organizations to promote good savings behavior and a chance for individuals to assess their own saving status. “Savings is the foundation for financial stability, especially in challenging economic times,” said Bruce McClary, spokesperson for ... Read More »

            Credit Counseling Services and the Bankruptcy Conundrum

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            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 are a proud member of ... Read More »

              NFCC Press Release Seems to Misrepresent Truth About Credit Counseling. But Why?

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              The National Foundation for Credit Counseling sent out a press release today claiming their survey uncovered public misconceptions about credit counseling agencies. The press release listed five areas the NFCC felt consumers struggled with in knowing the truth about credit counseling. But some of the points the NFCC felt they needed to clarify appear to actually misrepresent the truth to ... Read More »

                Consumer Credit Counseling Pros and Cons. My Ultimate Guide to Understanding How Credit Counseling Really Works.

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                Consumer credit counseling is one of the options people turn to when dealing with debt issues so let’s take an honest look at the pros and cons of the program and what it has to offer. Consumer credit counseling in one form or another has been around as debt proraters, debt lumpers, or debt consolidators since the late 1930s. But ... Read More »

                  Consumer Credit Counseling Settles Debt on 50% of its Clients – 1968

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                  As a student of debt history I’m probably one of those odd geeks that spends time reading outdated and arcane material about consumer debt and debt relief activities. Recently I sat down and read a 1968 document put out by the NFCC. Today they are called the National Foundation for Credit Counseling but back then they were the National Foundation ... Read More »

                    Did the NFCC Client of the Year Really Do the Ethical Thing?

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                    The National Foundation for Credit Counseling Recently put out a press release celebrating their clients of the year who, in my opinion, should never have been put into a debt management plan to begin with. See NFCC Celebrates Utter Stupidity and Puts Older Dementia Patient in Debt Management Plan. My goodness, I hate to make this issue about Jim and ... Read More »

                      NFCC Celebrates Utter Stupidity and Puts Older Dementia Patient in Debt Management Plan

                      A press release out today by the National Foundation for Credit Counseling is downright ignorant, stupid, harmful and cruel. It’s hard to believe they feel this is something to be proud of. For the record, I’m not calling the consumer stupid. In this release the NFCC brags about Francine and Jim Bostick who at ages 57 and 68 had more ... Read More »

                        Consumer Survey by NFCC Shows People Are Wary About Real Help From Credit Counselors

                        On one hand you have to applaud the most recent release from the National Foundation for Credit Counseling. One thumb up. On the other hand it comes across as simply just more denial about the disturbing lanscape that faces narrow niche nonprofit credit counselors. The NFCC survey was an online poll conducted on the NFCC website. Right off the bat ... Read More »

                          The Truth About The Success Rates, Failure Rates and Completion Rates of Credit Counseling, Debt Settlement, Bankruptcy, and Debt Consolidation Loans

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                          This is a story that I’ve been working on for a few weeks. I’ve been asking people and groups for feedback and information to write this but what I’ve run into, is a wall. I have received some feedback from groups and people that don’t wish to be publicly identified to protect themselves but what I have learned has been ... Read More »

                            Credit Counseling Industry Accused in Potential Historic Turning Point Lawsuit

                            A lawsuit I’ve been following since it became publicly available back in the middle of October has become a major milestone in what could spell the death of credit counseling as we know it I first learned of this case about six months ago when it was developing but I’d not written anything about it at that time. In fact ... Read More »

                              Will the CFPB Outlaw Fairshare to Credit Counseling Organizations?

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                              I was approached not long ago by an knowledgeable industry insider with the statement that the CFPB may be already in the process of policy to outlaw credit counseling fairshare payments. You know the first reaction you might have about that statement is that it would never happen. Fairshare is that commission the creditors pay when nonprofit credit counseling groups ... Read More »

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