Jersey City, NJ (PRWEB) April 13, 2012
Bankruptcy is a very real threat for most Americans today. Luckily, a new non-profit organization, DebtorCC, Inc. is making life easier for those dealing with this serious issue.
Under the 2005 Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act (BAPCPA) bankruptcy candidates are required to seek bankruptcy credit counseling and debtor education from an approved agency. Until recently, the bankruptcy credit counseling and debtor education course have been offered exclusively in-person or via the telephone. Now, DebtorCC, Inc. seeks to create a better user experience by offering both pre bankruptcy and post bankruptcy courses on the Internet.
Course-takers can look forward to a higher level of engagement and understanding, thanks to the interactive course design and voice-over capabilities. Other benefits include:
- Reduced cost. Originally offered for close to $100, the pre bankruptcy counseling and post bankruptcy education courses are now provided for $24.95 and $9.95, respectively.
- Convenience. Course takers may login and out as many times as is necessary, and both courses may be completed in small, manageable chunks to accommodate their busy schedule.
- Speed. Students will no longer need to wait for certificates of completion to arrive in the mail, and can now have them emailed in a fraction of the time.
The first bankruptcy course can be taken at DebtorCC, for a cost of $24.95 per household. This course focuses on educating consumers and ensuring they are fully informed of all their options. Meant to be taken before filing for bankruptcy, this counseling should take a total of one hour, as required by law.
The second bankruptcy course is offered at DebtorEdu. This debtor education or post bankruptcy course is only $9.95 per household, and should be taken after filing for bankruptcy. The course will discuss important financial management skill such as budgeting and planning, and will take a total of two hours to complete.
For more information, interested parties may go to http://www.debtorcc.org. or call 1 (800) 610-3920.