Our nonprofit foundation strives to serve consumers by improving financial literacy, and Ask Doctor Debt has come into the picture at just the right time
Minneapolis, MN (Vocus) December 11, 2009
Having already reached more than 25 million consumers with its free answers and debt solutions, the popular consumer Web site Ask Doctor Debt has now been translated entirely into Spanish.
“Our nonprofit foundation strives to serve consumers by improving financial literacy, and Ask Doctor Debt has come into the picture at just the right time,” said Bill Wilcox, Chairman of the 501(c)(3) ACA International Education Foundation, which created Ask Doctor Debt. “And due to the overwhelming success of the English-language version of the site, we are now able to offer Ask Doctor Debt to a whole new audience with the release of the Spanish-language site. It is truly our vision and our hope that Ask Doctor Debt can become a global resource for consumers in search of answers to their credit and debt questions.”
Since its release in April 2009, Ask Doctor Debt has reached more than 25 million consumers thanks to the ongoing public relations efforts of ACA International members that have conducted more than 125 interviews across the United States to promote the site.
Ask Doctor Debt features a comprehensive, searchable FAQ database with answers to the most frequently asked questions. It also gives users an option to anonymously submit their own questions, which are later answered on the Web site. In addition, Ask Doctor Debt features tips on how to get and stay out of debt along with other financial literacy links and resources.
In conjunction with the Spanish-language Web site release, Spanish-speaking members of ACA International, The Association of Credit and Collection Professionals, will be available in numerous U.S. markets to conduct media interviews about Ask Doctor Debt and answer Spanish-speaking consumers’ questions live on air.
For more information, contact:
Public Relations Specialist
(952) 928-8000 ext. 105