With its recent designation as an IAPDA Accredited Service Center Gold Member, the company is now the country's only debt relief provider to enjoy recognition from these three important organizations.
New York, NY (PRWEB) March 30, 2013
National Debt Relief is proud to announce its new-found status as the first American company to be accredited by the Better Business Bureau, the American Fair Credit Council and the International Association of Professional Debt Arbitrators. With its recent designation as an IAPDA Accredited Service Center Gold Member, the company is now the country's only debt relief provider to enjoy recognition from these three important organizations.
New York-based National Debt Relief has built its reputation as a trusted provider of advice and counsel for individuals who struggle with debt. Its long record of transparent operation and effective service have earned it a top-notch ranking from the Better Business Bureau.
Likewise, the company's single-minded focus on delivering high-quality debt relief solutions has endeared it to the American Fair Credit Council. When determining whether a financial institution is worthy of accreditation, the AFCC adheres to strict standards that eliminate many of National Debt Relief's peer companies from contention.
In fact, National Debt Relief is subject to regular AFCC audits. These rigorous examinations are designed to ensure that the company remains true to the guiding principles of the AFCC while adhering to the highest quality control standards. During each audit, National Debt Relief's management team must prove that its underwriting, arbitration, claims processing and customer service programs are fully compliant with the American Fair Credit Council's best practices.
Finally, National Debt Relief has achieved Gold Member status as an International Association for Professional Debt Arbitrators Service Center. All of the company's professional debt arbitrators are also individually accredited through the IAPDA.
It should also be noted that National Debt Relief complies with the Federal Trade Commission's rules regarding upfront fees in the debt arbitration industry. Unlike some debt relief companies, National Debt Relief does not charge upfront fees for any of the services that it renders.
National Debt Relief offers information and advice to American consumers who struggle with mounting debts and worry about their financial futures. The company does business in more than three dozen U.S. states and makes its website available free of charge to consumers across the United States.
The company also offers a focused, effective program of debt relief that many financial experts tout as a powerful alternative to bankruptcy. Known as "debt negotiation" or "debt settlement," this method has helped thousands of National Debt Relief customers reduce their outstanding credit card bills and other unsecured debts in just two to four years.
For more information about the services that National Debt Relief provides, contact the company at 1-888-703-4948 during extended business hours or visit its website at http://www.NationalDebtRelief.com.