Our Debt Consolidation Options Can Reduce Financial Stress

  • Reduce your debt to a fraction of what you owe
  • Consolidate multiple payments into one
  • Be debt free in 12-48 months
How Much Can I Save?
This won't affect your credit score!
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Over 82,000 clients enrolled

Over 200,000 clients enrolled

Programs have helped resolved $223 million since 2011

More than $1 billion in client debt paid off

Reduce Your Monthly Payments


We are committed to helping people find a pathway out of debt. Debt Consolidation and other options can lower monthly payments and reduce what you owe on enrolled debts.

You Deserve Financial Peace of Mind

You can break free from the burden of debt and the stress it causes with a customized relief option. We are committed to ensuring you have financial peace of mind and a bright future beyond your debt.

Our clients find help after...

  • Job loss
  • Income loss
  • Illness
  • Accidents
  • Divorce
  • Death in the family

Your Success is Our #1 Priority

Our debt consolidation options are designed with client success in mind. That is why our fees are 100% success-based – we don’t get paid until we have helped you achieve a solution for your debt.

Picture Your Life After Debt

Our highly rated relief options give Americans the help they need to turn around their finances. We have earned thousands of five-star reviews and are proud to share our client’s success stories so you can picture your own life after debt.

Oscar and Courtney tried other relief options that weren’t enough to turn around their finances. Accredited Debt Relief cut their monthly payments by almost half, giving them a brighter financial future.

Hear More Testimonials From Our Clients

"My consolidation specialist came up with a plan that will save my husband and me nearly $500 a month! He didn't try to 'sell' me anything and was straightforward with all the information. I couldn't be happier with my decision to make that call."

Denise, Trustpilot

"I was so glad that the process was quick and easy, and my consolidation specialist was very courteous and professional. He was able to expedite the process to assist me to gain my financial freedom within a reasonable amount of time."

Joseph, Trustpilot

"The level of customer service was unmatched. My consolidation specialist showed so much compassion and knowledge with everything we discussed. This service is very valuable, and I appreciate you all for being so kind when people are vulnerable."

Vallery, Trustpilot

Individual experiences may vary. Reviews are edited for length, accuracy, and clarity.

You Are Not Alone

More than 189 million Americans carry the burden of unsecured debt exceeding $900 billion. People overwhelmed with $10,000 or more of unsecured debt and those struggling to keep up with their minimum payments (or have already fallen behind) benefit most from debt consolidation and other relief options.

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