Amherst, NY (PRWEB) October 21, 2014
Westgate Arbitration is pleased to announce that they are now offering a free consumer awareness program to help the public recognize financial traps in borrowing from creditors.
Americans are in debt now more than ever, constantly robbing from the “Peters” to pay the “Pauls.” Yet, no one seems to be able to get ahead of the game to reach financial contentment. Whether it’s credit cards, loans or mortgages, it seems as though the system is designed to enable the consumer to further tunnel themselves into an inescapable debt.
Westgate Arbitration’s consumer awareness program is designed to educate people on how to safely prepare their financial planning and offers classes on budgeting their bills versus their income. The program also offers methods to “put out the fire in our wallets and purses by saving money.” Probably the most difficult task for many people is saving money. As soon as there is some money in the purse or wallet, it can be difficult to avoid spending it.
The program also teaches key components to look for with lending traps and sky-high interest rates on loans and in contracts. It also offers education in settling debts the smart way to rebuild credit.
Westgate Arbitration’s website will have full schedule posts for all classes in the coming month of November. Be sure to stay up to date at http://www.westgatearbitration.com/.
About the company:
Westgate Arbitration specializes in the recovery of bad checks. As one of today’s most progressive debt recovery companies, Westgate Arbitration works to change the model by which collection agencies operate. The company operates on the Equifax and Debt Net system, which offers nationwide coverage, as well as the Trans Union and Experian credit reporting systems. Westgate Arbitration is one of the largest privately-owned businesses of its kind. They work hard to ensure that each customer is treated fairly and in a friendly manner. For more information about Westgate Arbitration and their debt recovery services, visit their website at http://www.westgatearbitration.com/.