New York, NY (PRWEB) September 21, 2013
Following the September 16th Inside Arm article, “Symposium Will Teach Consumers about Legal Debt Collection”, Money Mermaid announced a new page on a site, Debt Consolidation, geared toward helping consumers learn more about consolidating their debt. The symposium was designed to educate consumers regarding collection services and the roles of collection attorneys. Similarly, DebtConsolidation.com’s new ‘Consumer Resources’ page is designed to educate consumers regarding debt consolidation practices.
Patrick Lunsford, in his Inside Arm article, revealed the plans for a debt collections symposium held in Washington DC on October 15th of this year. The symposium was developed to assist consumers in learning about debt collection and collection attorneys, and is intended to remove some of the negativity associated with both. The symposium is hoping to draw consumers in and present a side of the debt collection story not often heard: the side of the bank or institution calling in the debt. Above all, the symposium aims to educate the public on the necessity of debt collection systems and remove the fear and ridicule that often accompanies collection attorneys.
Following the reveal of October’s symposium, Money Mermaid announced a new page added to DebtConsolidation.com. The new page, titled “Consumer Resources”, aims to educate consumers regarding debt consolidation, including possible negative effects, as well as the positive aspects of engaging in a debt consolidation plan. The site is designed for the average consumer, boasting a simple and clean layout, and offering numerous different resources, including debt calculators, pros and cons lists, articles and news, as well as federal resources. The site’s main goal is to educate consumers and assist them as they begin a foray into debt consolidation—whether simply for education purposes or with the intent of consolidating debt. Follow this link to see the new page on the consolidation of debt. The site is an easy-to-access smorgasbord of information regarding both consumer debt and debt consolidation, and is an excellent resource for people seeking more information about the practice of debt consolidation.
Patrick Lunsford is Inside Arm’s senior editor. He has served as the news site’s foremost editor for over ten years, and boasts an education and work history steeped in both business and finance.
Closing: In the wake of the reveal of Washington DC’s symposium on debt collection, Money Mermaid revealed the new page offered to consumers by DebtConsolidation.com. The new page provides a plethora of information regarding debt and debt consolidation, offering both positive and negative aspects of engaging in a debt consolidation program. The site strives to inform consumers, so that they may make the best decision for themselves or their families.
Money Mermaid strives to provide families and individuals alike with the highest quality news and information regarding the finance industry. The site was designed to help consumers navigate the financial world with ease and achieve lasting financial stability and health.