Consumers Who Spent Too Much Money During the Holidays Can Get Free Help

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Consumers with too much holiday debt often need help digging out from under stacks of credit card bills. Free Course from helps consumers learn how to reduce credit card debt.

5 Steps To Completely Eliminating All Of Your Credit Card Debt!

With the poor economy dominating the headlines during most of 2008, many consumers are drowning under a pile of credit card bills. Paying for everyday expenses and holiday gifts has left many consumers in a financial pinch. From bad mortgages to lost jobs to high gas prices, the average American is stuck with too many bills and too little income.

So where should consumers turn for help dealing with too much credit card debt? The consumer website is offering a free email course for anyone needing financial help. Developed by a Connecticut man who learned how to overcome his own financial problems, the course has recently been updated. Topics incude how to get out of debt, how to fix bad credit problems, and how to save money on monthly bills. The course is free and there is no obligation.

Consumers are bombarded with TV and radio ads offering debt relief, yet it is difficult to determine which option is the right one, and who to trust. Online message boards are often filled with horror stories of debt reduction plans gone wrong - broken promises, missing payments, lack of trust. Consumers hear these stories and often do not seek the professional help that they need, even thought they may need it badly. Deciding on the right kind of debt help can be confusing.

This free course, "5 Steps To Completely Eliminating All Of Your Credit Card Debt!" can help consumers figure out how to deal with their financial difficulties. To learn more and to sign up for the course, logon to was developed in 2002 by Kris Bickell to help consumers find honest information on credit card debt, saving money, and fixing credit problems.


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