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Consumer Credit Counseling

In today's economy, many Americans who are experiencing financial hardships and are struggling with credit card debts are looking for a proven way to get debt relief. If you are also falling several months behind on your credit card debt payments, you might be interested in how much money you could save by consolidating your debts.

Also known as credit counseling, debt consolidation involves taking all your unsecured and credit card debts and combining them into one, more structured, and more manageable payment plan.

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Choosing a Credit Counseling Agency

When you enroll in a debt consolidation or credit counseling program, credit counselors review your current debts and determine how much money you can allocate towards paying off your debts. They will typically create a strategy that can help you pay off your debts; they do so by talking to your creditors and asking for more lenient payment terms -- such as reduced interest rates or waiver of late fees and penalties. Creditors that agree to extend these benefits are placed in the debt management plan.

When choosing a credit counseling agency, you may come across both for-profit and non-profit organizations. While both types typically provide the same services, one of the main differences is that non-profit agencies generally provide debt consolidation services either for free or at a low-cost.

To make sure that you work with a reputable agency, it is generally recommended to check a company's Better Business Bureau (BBB) rating. The BBB (or your local consumer protection agency) will be able to inform you if there have been many complaints levied against the agencies you're considering. Look for consumer credit counseling reviews that aren't tarnished with criticisms or customer complaints.

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Become Debt-Free

For many people in a debt consolidation program, success generally requires discipline and a commitment to start living within their means. While it the credit counseling agency's responsibility to work out a more structured and more lenient payment plan, it is still the consumer's responsibility to make sure that they have funds in their account to make the monthly payment.

As mentioned earlier, with debt consolidation, the goal is to help you combine all your credit card and unsecured debts into one, more manageable payment plan. With a plan like this in place, you should be able to, hopefully, pay off your debts at a more predictable pace.

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