CareOne Debt Relief Services Launches New Campaign, Second Chances

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Founder of CareOne Debt Relief Services talks about how his experience with debt makes him believe in second chances.

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At CareOne we firmly believe that debt does not make you a bad person, everybody deserves a second chance. That is what we do at CareOne; we are in the business of second chances.

CareOne Debt Relief Services, led by its founder, Bernie Dancel, have a new marketing campaign that draws on his personal experience to overcome the negative stereotype plaguing people who are seeking debt help.

“I believe in second chances,” says Dancel. “At the age of 22 I filed for personal bankruptcy. My divorce and the responsibility of supporting two households with one income were a strain financially. I didn’t know where to turn, so I contacted my lawyer. My lawyer recommended bankruptcy, and unaware that I had alternative options to pay off my debt, I took his advice. Feeling like I had let my creditors and my family down, I trusted my attorney and filed for bankruptcy. I was given a second chance, when I realized I could help others.”

For Dancel, providing debt relief services is a way to offer others facing similar financial challenges, a second chance. CareOne offers multiple options that allow consumers to regain control of their debt, build a financial education and as a result, a debt-free life.

CareOne Debt Relief Services new campaign, Second Chances reflects Dancel’s unique understanding of the lasting and emotionally damaging impact of debt. The message reflects the premise that people in debt are good people who have been put in a difficult situation, often because of factors beyond their control. Dancel goes on to say, “I want people to see our TV commercials, engage with us in social media and visit our website and know right away that we get it. We know what it feels like to be in debt and we can help in more ways than one.”

CareOne features employees and customers in the new campaign with their personal stories of debt consolidation. The new campaign is about creating a safe environment for everyone struggling with debt. Dancel says, “At CareOne we firmly believe that debt does not make you a bad person, everybody deserves a second chance. That is what we do at CareOne; we are in the business of second chances.”

When asked, “How has CareOne given you a Second Chance?” CareOne customer and Community member AltoSaxGuy says, “You can’t put a price tag on re-gaining your peace of mind; that’s what I have since joining the CareOne Debt Management plan. In three years, I'll be debt free. Working with CareOne is my second chance. When I'm given a second chance, I learn and grow from it.”

CareOne is dedicating a significant marketing budget in 2012 with a national marketing effort across all forms of traditional and digital media.

CareOne Debt Relief Services is the nation’s largest provider of debt relief services with over 5 million people helped to date. CareOne founder, Bernie Dancel, and many CareOne employees know what being in debt is like and are proud to offer a second chance to those struggling with debt. It is this foundation of shared experience that sets CareOne apart from the rest of the debt relief industry. CareOne knows what being in debt feels like, and more importantly, what it takes to get out. Visit CareOne at for more information about the company and services.

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