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4 Signs You Need to Call a Credit Counselor Before It’s Too Late

July 1, 2019

Are you worried you may need help? Here are a few warning signs that might just confirm that fear.

Fear of the Calendar

At the end of the money, is there more month that you can afford? Many people struggling with debt are spending more than they bring home each month. This compounds the problem and grows the amount of debt you have. If this is you and it gives you anxiety, you should talk to a credit counselor before things get worse.

Pressing the Ignore Button

How many calls per day or per week are you getting from unknown numbers, i.e., debt collectors? It can be tempting to sweep the problem under the rug and press the ignore button on your phone or even turn off notifications for incoming calls. If you’re in a situation that sounds similar, you’re behind on your bills. If that’s the case, you’re not alone. It happens to scores of Americans every month. There is a better way. Talk to your credit counselor about your options.

Unopened Mail

Have you stopped opening certain letters because you already know what they say? If this is you, you may have already guessed, it’s time to talk to someone about your debt problem. Avoiding the mail isn’t going to magically make it go away or reduce the amount you owe.

You’re Reading about Credit Counselors

If you’ve gotten this far and you’re still here, why haven’t you called us yet?

Maybe it would help if we told you what to expect when you call. First of all, it’s not scary, so don’t worry. Nobody is going to chastise you about your financial situation here at CreditGUARD.

Simply put together a list of your income sources and amounts as well as your debts and monthly financial obligations and give us a call at 1-800-500-6489 from the comfort and privacy of your home.

Your certified credit counselor will review this information with you, discuss our program with you and let you know more about how CreditGUARD can help stop collections calls, negotiate with your creditors to lower your interest owed and consolidate your debt payments down to one easy monthly payment.

Call 1-800-500-6489  to get started on your journey to freedom!

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Also See…

For more information on debt consolidation, please visit:

Why Choose CreditGuard? Learn what sets our debt consolidation services apart from the rest and how we can help you take control of your debt.

The Ultimate Debt Survival Guide. Need some practical advice for dealing with debt? You’ve come to the right place. This free downloadable guide can teach you the basics of managing debt (and more).

Is Debt Settlement a Good Idea? Debt settlement and debt consolidation are not the same. Learn more about the process (and consequences) of settling your debts before going down that path.