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FORT LAUDERDALE, FL — Debt.com, the online personal finance solution company, is proud to announce an endorsement and marketing deal with American swimmer and world champion, Ryan Lochte, the six-time Olympic gold medalist, which will include Ryan appearing in ads for Debt.com, the company that helps people get a fresh start with their finances ‘when life happens.’
Lochte will appear in a series of ads about how America is the land of new beginnings. “At Debt.com, we help people come back from tough personal financial situations and we are in the business of new starts — Lochte understands this concept,” said Don Silvestri, Debt.com president and former NFL star. “We help people fix their financial challenges and move on with their lives,” he continued.
“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 commented. At Lochte’s direction, a portion of his proceeds from the Debt.com endorsement will be donated to Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy.
Debt.com matches consumer’s financial needs to the perfect solution. They specialize in credit card debt, student loan debt, tax debt, credit correction, identity theft and more. Debt.com is staffed by journalists and industry experts. Collectively, they have more than a century of experience in the personal finance field and their trusted network of providers has helped millions of Americans resolve financial hardships. When people are ready for their second chance, Debt.com has the solution.
About Debt.com: Debt.com is the consumer website where people from all walks of life can find help with credit card debt, student loan assistance, credit monitoring, tax debt, identity theft, credit repair, bankruptcy, debt collector harassment and more. Debt.com works with only vetted and certified providers that give the best advice and solutions for consumers ‘when life happens.
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