November 30, 2007, Newsletter Issue #91: Finding a Consumer Credit Counseling Service

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When exactly did you realize that you don't pay enough attention to your credit and debt? If you are like most, it happened right around the time you did not qualify for that super low rate on a mortgage or car loan. This is unfortunate for most, but it can actually be the best thing that happens to you. Only after getting this type of disappointing information will most people seek out a consumer credit counseling service to get back control over their credit.

If you want to find a consumer credit counseling service, here are a few places to start looking. First, do you know anyone who has had similar problems? Perhaps they have spoken with a consumer credit counseling service and can recommend one. When you are dealing with such important personal information, it is essential to trust the people you work with. Referrals from people you trust are the best way to start. Maybe all of your friends and family have great credit and have never needed any help. If this is the case, you can search the Internet for a consumer credit counseling service that fits your needs. Be sure to verify that they have good reviews from places such as the BBBOnline (Better Business Bureau). These resources can save you from getting in with the wrong people. There are plenty of consumer credit counseling services that you can contact on the Web, so look around for a while before settling on a single one. No matter where you find one, you should consult with a consumer credit counseling service if you believe your credit can be improved or your debt better managed. These professionals can help if you just start the ball rolling and contact one.

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