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Debt.com Partners with the Debt Free Guys to Lasso Consumer Debt

September 24, 2020

In the last 18 months, the Debt Free Guys have helped consumers pay off over $300,000 of credit card debt. They plan to help even more people by partnering with Debt.com. FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Debt.com and the Debt Free Guys, David Auten and John Schneider, bring consumers a debt solution that will buck the trend […]

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Debt.com survey: When health suffers, finances go on life support

September 16, 2020

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Even adults who do not contract COVID-19 are facing a healthcare crisis. A Debt.com survey of more than 1,000 American adults reveals 56 percent of respondents had medical debt sent to collections and nearly two-thirds owed under $5,000, while 5 percent owed over $50,000.  According to respondents, hospitalization accounts for a […]

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Back to School – or Back in Debt

August 18, 2020

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., Aug 18, 2020 – A Debt.com survey on the emotional and financial impact of children returning to classrooms shows that parents are worried about their children getting sick, but they are also fearful about their financial situation. The largest disparity in the data from the nearly 600 parents comes from the response […]

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This is going to bankrupt me’: Americans rack up $45B worth of medical debt in collectionsMedia Link

A separate survey during the pandemic shows that 56% of U.S. adults had medical debt sent to collections and nearly two-thirds owe under $5,000, while 5% owe more than $50,000, according to a Debt.com survey conducted from June 17 to July 6.

What type of debt do Americans stress about?Media Link

“To reduce financial stress — especially in times like these — it’s best to do what traditionally works. Usually, some exercise and a better diet can start the process, but for people feeling especially overwhelmed, talking to someone or getting professional help is the best action they can take.”

15 Expert Financial Strategies For Seasonal BusinessesMedia Link

I experience this problem just as deeply as any holiday retailer but in reverse. I run a debt-solutions company, and no one wants to think about their student loans or credit cards from Halloween through New Year’s Eve. I look at these slow times as project time. You have time to improve your skills through training, and you can work ahead on next year’s calendar. – Howard Dvorkin, Debt.com

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