Unveils Its New Tool: “Compare Your Debt Blob”

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Compare Your Debt Blob Helps Consumers Compare Their Finances to the Average American

javascript:, a Personal Finance website, has created a new tool to satisfy visitors who are curious about how their debt load stacks up against the rest of the United States – Compare Your Debt Blob. One just enters their total credit card debt into the debt blob comparison tool and a graphic representation of the data makes it easy to compare your debt burden with others.

The Compare Your Debt Blob output displays the average amount of credit card debt in the state selected and the average amount of debt in the United States alongside one's own personal debt amount. The figures are presented in an easy to understand, color coordinated graph.

The tool was named after the “Debt Blob”, which is the evil villain featured on The website has a Debt Blob section which aggregates articles that aim to warn and protect consumers from potential financial harm.

With credit card debt ranking as the 3rd largest source of household indebtedness (after mortgage debt and student loan debt), knowing where one stands can be a vital first step towards taking control of finances.

“Shockingly enough, financial literacy rates in America are on the decline with 40% of Americans admitting to living beyond their means. We are passionate about tackling this massive problem at its core and that’s why we built,” said Harry Langenberg,’s co-founder. “We want to empower our audience with knowledge that will help them build a strong financial future.”

About is a leading resource for expert personal finance advice. Headquartered in Orange County, California,’s team of Financial Superheroes help make tough financial decisions stress-free and consumer friendly. The site offers useful information, powerful tools, and real money experts to give consumers the information they need in a way that is easy, even fun, to process.

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