Like many people in my situation I was afraid to ask for help and skeptical about companies offering debt relief.
Columbia, MD (PRWEB) April 10, 2012
Travis Pizel, a CareOne customer, is halfway through his journey out of debt and is sharing his family’s experience of life on a Debt Management Plan (DMP).
Confronting his $109,000 credit card debt in July 2009, and looking for a second chance, Travis found CareOne. A blogger for CareOne, the largest national brand of debt relief services, Travis shares his story and speaks out about the dangers of credit card misuse. He sees increasingly more people facing challenges similar to his own. Travis states, “I am a regular guy with a family and a good job. I just couldn’t say no to my wife and kids or myself. We got in over our heads spending more than I earned. I thought bankruptcy or selling our home was the answer, until I found CareOne. I spent hour’s online researching reputable debt relief plans that could meet my family’s needs...”
With a young family counting on him and his pride on the line, Travis cautiously picked up the phone and called CareOne. “Like many people in my situation I was afraid to ask for help and skeptical about companies offering debt relief,” says Travis. “I found my second chance on the other end of that phone call. The counselor empathetically listened to my story, assessed my debt and offered me multiple solutions.”
Enrolling in a DMP is a tough decision for anyone struggling with debt. “The first few months were not easy. Because of our massive credit card debt, our payments seemed overwhelming; in fact, they were almost as much as our mortgage payment, but now as we reach the halfway mark of our DMP we know we made the right decision,” says Travis.
The Pizel’s are dedicated to their goal of debt freedom. Travis works full-time, blogs about his journey out of debt and answers questions in CareOne’s online community. “The CareOne community is what helped me feel comfortable about my decision to choose CareOne as my debt relief provider,” The community is full of people that are struggling just like me and plagued with the same skepticism. The real stories combined with the ability to ask questions and get an immediate response made me certain I had made the right decision,” says Pizel.
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, once in debt himself, along with many CareOne employees that know what being in debt feels like, 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 providers know what being in debt feels like, and more importantly, what it takes to get out. Visit CareOne at http://www.CareOneCredit.com for more information about the brand and services.