Financial Bailout Options For Women Extend Into 2010

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New "Bailout For Women" program helps women alleviate financial debt through debt settlement.

In early 2009, in harmony with President Obama's stimulus package, one group launched an exclusive "Bailout For Women" program that helps women reduce or eliminate their financial debt through debt settlement.

On February 18, 2009, President Obama activated a $787 billion economic-stimulus package to help struggling Americans - one of the biggest economic-rescue efforts in U.S. history. He also established the White House Office of Urban Affairs "to bring long-overdue attention to the urban areas, where 80 percent of the American people live and work."

Obama's plan, designed to help American families, especially benefited the women in this country. Millions of women are more than $10,000 in debt, are homeowners struggling to pay their monthly mortgage payments, and are single mothers who are not receiving child support. Even worse, more women than ever before are resorting to welfare and other forms of government assistance.

Debt settlement is an honorable option for women who are tired of fighting the losing battle against late fees and interest. The "Bailout For Women" program is the first of its kind, and has assisted thousands of women settle and alleviate their debt from major credit cards, medical bills, phone bills, payday loans, and more.

Just recently it's been announced that the program will be extended into 2010.

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