Launches Debt Relief Center for Consumers

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Help Center Provides Debt Relief Education and Assistance

Consumer's Guide to Credit Help and Debt Relief, a consumer website which helps consumers understand and manage personal credit and debt, announced the launch of its new Debt Relief Center. The center explores the various debt relief options available to consumers including Debt Management, Debt Settlement, Debt Consolidation, and Bankruptcy. The information center is available nationwide via

"More and more consumers are struggling to cope with debts and need to understand their debt relief options," said Walter Burch, Editor-in-Chief of the "Often individuals and families get buried in debt and wait too long before reaching out for debt help. Credit card debt, medical bills, and other unsecured debt is often the cause of great stress and we want people to know they're not alone."

Debt Relief through Debt Management, Debt Settlement, Debt Consolidation, and Bankruptcy

The center explores the various debt relief options available to consumers. While Debt Consolidation, Debt Settlement, and Bankruptcy are three debt relief strategies often used by consumers, the center cautions that all should be carefully considered before moving forward.

"Debt Consolidation can help consolidate high interest debt into a more manageable situation, but could end up putting one's home at risk. Debt Settlement often demands that consumers build up a sizeable settlement amount before consumers see any real benefits. Bankruptcy can provide a fresh start for people, but has long-term effects that should be clearly understood. Debt Management is often a good option that can help individuals get debt relief through working with an accredited credit counseling agency that negotiates lower interest rates, and lower monthly payments for consumers in debt," summed up Burch.

Consumer's Guide to Credit Help and Debt Relief

In addition to providing the Debt Relief Center, also has produced The "Consumer's Guide to Credit Help and Debt Relief" that includes the latest information and regulations regarding credit, debt, collections practices, and bankruptcy. To request the free guide, consumers may visit

About's mission is to be the most trusted name and resource in the area of credit, debt, consumer finance, and identity theft education. The site provides visitors with audio, video, and textual information to help consumers understand, manage, and protect credit. For more information, you may visit

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