Credit Card Debt Help Announces a New Library for Consumers Dealing with Credit Card Debt

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Consumers who struggle with credit card debt, may now look to our library for added guidance. Credit Card Debt Help is pleased to announce new revisions through our corporate site.

With the holiday season being over, consumers are feeling extremely stressed when it comes to making minimum payments. It’s a well-known fact that consumers tend to come within 10% of the allowed credit limit in the first 30 days of activating the credit card. When you combine this fact with the recent holidays, consumer credit card debt is at an all-time high. With this being said, Credit Card Debt Help is pleased to announce a new library aimed at helping consumers with credit card debt. Our library was recently published which helps consumers expand their knowledge when it comes to credit card debt, and the viable options consumers may have when considering a solution. This new library will contain articles from; debt management, debt settlement, bankruptcy to even debt consolidation loans.

“We often see that consumers are enrolling into debt consolidation loans, ignoring the debt or even filing bankruptcy”, says Tiffany Davidson an advisor for Credit Card Debt Help. “It’s important for consumers to better educate themselves on alternative programs which are available; such as debt management or even debt settlement”. We often speak with consumers who enrolled into a solution, only to see it worsen their financial situation. When trying to find help with credit card debt, it’s important to know the ins and outs to all of the available solutions.


At Credit Card Debt Consolidation, we provide consumers with access to well researched information pertaining to debt relief in general. The sole purpose of the company is to bring consumers to a better state of financial understanding. When struggling with credit card debt, it’s important to know which solutions to pursue, and which ones to avoid.

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