Thousands of clients have already made the call to Accredited Debt Relief to receive their free consultation, but how can they know they’re getting top-quality service? We interviewed Quality Assurance Manager Colleen Knutson to learn more about Accredited Debt Relief’s quality assurance team, as well as how they ensure that clients are receiving consistent and trustworthy support.
Accredited Debt Relief callers receive free consultations from our team of Certified Debt Specialists. How can you know that you’re talking to a trustworthy, knowledgeable source? We sat down with Director of Sales Training and former Talent Experience Instructor Shannon Gant to learn more about the training our new employees receive and what it’s like to work at Accredited Debt Relief.
The recent COVID-19 pandemic and economic upheaval has left many Americans in dire financial straits and looking for relief. Unfortunately, a recent bill that threatens to remove a vital debt relief option from North Carolina residents is making its way through the North Carolina state legislature. If passed, House Bill 76 could limit the choices available to constituents who are desperate for financial assistance.
Accredited Debt Relief offers free consultations to those struggling with debt across the U.S., but what’s that first phone call experience really like? We interviewed Director of Sales and former Certified Debt Specialist Andrew Schwan about client phone calls, common questions and concerns, debt advice and his experiences at Accredited Debt Relief.
Juggling multiple debts, in addition to paying for your other living expenses and bills, can be incredibly difficult to handle. If your funds are already stretched thin, you may only be able to make minimum payments toward your debts every month. While this can satisfy your creditors and maintain your credit score, it can take years to pay off and cost you much more in interest. A debt settlement program could help to cut your debt in half, but is…
Working your way out of debt can be difficult to manage, but balancing multiple debts can seem nearly impossible. Many have found that combining multiple debts into one debt helps to streamline monthly payments and reduce the number of creditors that they’re dealing with. You can accomplish this through a debt consolidation loan or customized debt settlement program offered by Accredited Debt Relief, but which one is the most effective?
Debt can be an incredibly heavy burden to carry, and many relief options aren’t able to reduce the actual debt that a borrower owes. The customized debt settlement programs offered through Accredited Debt Relief can eliminate a portion of your debt, but so can bankruptcy – which option is best for you?