10 Holiday Credit Card Debt Relief Tips - by Golden Financial Services

Many consumers this year will be purchasing their holiday gifts on a credit card. Debt relief programs are accessible for Americans that are overwhelmed with high credit card debt. Relief can also be achieved by using the following 10 tips.

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San Diego, California (PRWEB) December 13, 2012

Credit card debt relief strategies are exposed by Golden Financial Services in this press release. It is imperative for consumers to recognize how to avoid having to pay interest on holiday purchases, along with credit card relief programs that are safe and effective for 2013.

Ruth Adorno at Golden Financial Services stated, “First off, when you are at the check-out counter and about to take out your card to pay for your purchases, don’t do it. Put your card back into your wallet and ask the cashier about their layaway plans.“

Stores like Marshall’s, TJ Maxx, Wal-Mart, Kmart, Burlington Coat Factory, Macys, Babies ‘R Us, Toys ‘R Us, Hallmark, Sears and many other stores across the country are offering layaway plans. These stores are basically all competing with each other this year because they all realize that consumers are looking for holiday credit card debt relief.

With layaway plans, consumers don’t have to pay interest on their purchases. Once they pay off their purchase, they get to take home their merchandise and are debt free on that purchase.

Learn the other 9 holiday credit card relief tips here.

Many consumers are already done with their holiday shopping and now are drowning in unsecured debt. Relief programs including debt settlement and consumer credit counseling can efficiently help consumers to pay off high debt. Consumers can find a detailed page that explains Credit Card Hardship Programs that will be available in 2014 here.

With consumer credit counseling programs, companies will negotiate a lower interest rate for their customers and a lower payment. All payments will then be consolidated into one monthly payment.

With debt settlement programs, consumers can actually end up paying back less than what is owed on their debt. With debt settlement consumers are also set up with only one monthly payment.

As of 2012 the “Average credit card debt in the United States is at $15,328.00. The average mortgage debt owed is at $149,782.00. In total Americans owe $852 billion in credit card debt.” - NerdWallet, 2012

Credit card relief programs will often be the best resolution for a consumer to turn to if they are barely getting by economically on a monthly basis.

How does one find a dependable company to assist with debt issues?

The Better Business Bureau (BBB) website is a place where consumers can conduct research on companies and discover accurate information. The BBB provides consumers with essential information on companies including how long a company has been in business, if a company has government action against them, if a company has any unresolved complaints and of course what a company’s rating is. “A” is the best and “F” being the worst.

Golden Financial Services has been an industry leader since 2004. Golden Financial Services provides consumers with free information on all debt relief programs and options. Golden Financial Services has an “A+” rating with the BBB and is one of the few highly rated BBB Debt Settlement Companies in America today.

At Golden Financial Services, if consumers qualify for consumer credit counseling they will be transferred to a non-profit consumer credit counseling company. If consumers qualify for debt settlement, they can be enrolled on the debt settlement program.

Consumers can also be educated on how to pay off their accounts faster and where less interest is paid, when staying current on their bills.

Learn more about Credit Card Debt Relief at Golden Financial Services by visiting the website or by calling 1-866-376-9846.


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