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Debt.com signs endorsement deal with 12-time Olympic medalist Ryan Lochte

We never thought we’d be saying this (or be so happy about it), but Debt.com has made it on TMZ! The celebrity news site featured Debt.com thanks to our new partnership with 12-time Olympic medalist Ryan Lochte. Lochte will appear in a series of Debt.com ads. They’ll focus on new beginnings and recovering after life happens. By that we mean, what sends you down a path you might not see coming.

“Debt.com gives Americans a chance for a new beginning, and I am glad to be involved with a company dedicated to helping people with the opportunity to get back on their feet and move forward,” Lochte explained.

We’re also excited about what Lochte is doing with Debt.com’s part of his new beginning. He would like to donate a portion of the proceeds he receives from this endorsement to Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy.

“At Debt.com we help people come back from tough personal financial situations and we are in the business of new starts,” explains Don Silvestri, former NFL star and president of Debt.com. Silvestri goes on to explain why the endorsement is such a good fit; recovering from the financial choices that lead a person down a tumultuous path is what the brand is all about.

Finding your own new beginning

You may have ended up in a situation that’s not what you want in life. Now it’s time to turn the page and find your own new beginning. We can help you turn around a new story of financial success. Whether you’re dealing with high-interest credit card debt, student loans, tax debt, debt collections or a low point in your credit life.  Call us or complete the online application to tell us what we can help you overcome. If you’re ready for your second chance.

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