New Site Aims to Assist Consumers Who Are Struggling With Insurmountable Credit Card Debt

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Finally, a website that provides reliable information about the outstanding debt problem that more and more Americans are, unfortunately, facing today. By providing true help and expertise, not hype, http://www.debtorelief.com is poised to help those who are struggling with keeping up with their credit card and other unsecured debt problems, usually for pennies on the dollar.

According to recent statistics, Americans with at least one credit card, or other type of unsecured debt, owe more than $9,000, a staggering fact that prompted the development of http://www.debtorelief.com, a site that was created to assist people who are having difficulty, or simply unable to make their monthly payments and are struggling with debt.

Statistics also show that the average college graduate student currently has at least six credit cards, with one out of every seven of those students more than $15,000 in debt. As the credit card industry collects more than $45 billion dollars a year in annual fees, over a million U.S. households are filing for bankruptcy each and every year. In light of this information, Jim Schneider, one of the site's creators and experts on debt says it's definitely time for something to be done about the American people's growing financial problems.

"The goal of our website is to convey reliable information to those consumers who find themselves over their heads in credit card or other unsecured debt, assuring them they are not alone, and that there really is assistance available. I would strongly urge those folks who are more than $10,000 in credit card and other unsecured debt to visit the site for real help they can count on, not hype," says Schneider when asked to describe what the driving force was behind the site's creation.

With in depth articles, proven strategies, free reports, and interviews with debt specialists, the website provides a plethora of information about credit card and unsecured debt and how people can finally regain control of their finances. Also, numerous programs are available, including those that are specifically designed by a debt specialist and tailored to client's individual needs.

For more details or to learn additional information, contact Jim Schneider or visit the site at http://www.debtorelief.com.

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