1st Financial Center Launches New Financial Strength Building e-book

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1st Financial Center, an industry innovator and well known debt relief agency specializing in debt resolution, launches their first downloadable e-book, Hands on Financial Strength Building. Taking a consultative approach, 1st Financial Center hopes to help consumers by exploring the best solutions for their debt problem while encouraging them to take control over their debt.

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We hope to reach out to those struggling individuals and provide them the information needed to knowledgably choose the best available solution to conquer their debt.

1st Financial Center provides clients transparency in their debt relief options by finding the appropriate debt relief program for their specific situation. As a growing leader in the debt relief industry, 1st Financial Center released a new e-book accessible by the general public displaying hands on financial strength building. The newly launched e-book is attainable at: http://1stfc.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/Hands_On_Financial_Strength_Building.pdf

With recent federal regulations taking place in 2010, the debt industry has made drastic changes. Unfortunately, not all companies are working in the best interest of the consumer. “Getting the support consumers deserve is hard to find from a company in this industry,” states 1st Financial Center's Chief Advisor. “We hope to reach out to those struggling individuals and provide them the information needed to knowledgably choose the best available solution to conquer their debt.”

The informative and innovative e-book is an extraordinary tool when it comes to shopping for debt relief programs. This all in one e-book provides several options available for most consumers facing financial hardship combined with significant credit card debt, medical bills, or other unsecured debts. To find out more about 1st Financial Centers newly launched e-book visit http://www.1stfc.com or contact them at (888) 755-4096.

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