Credit Counseling and Debt Consolidation in Arizona
Poor credit can be difficult to shake, but that doesn’t mean you have to let it overrun your life. CreditGUARD of America, Inc. offers comprehensive debt consolidation services that can quickly reduce your debt. Since our founding more than 20 years ago, our nonprofit organization has helped countless Americans break free from debt. We provide Arizona credit counseling services that include debt management tips, budgeting instructions, and comprehensive debt consolidation programs.
Don’t let mounting debt take precedence over the more important things in your life.
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Our Arizona debt consolidation program is fast and effective. Sign up for our credit counseling services and receive personalized debt-eliminating advice from seasoned credit counselors. Whether you owe $5,000 or $50,000, we stand ready to consolidate your debts. In fact, our debt counselors will work with you even if you’ve missed debt payments in the past. Our team can merge all of your debts into a single lower-interest obligation that requires just one monthly payment, making debt reduction virtually stress-free.
CreditGUARD: Educating Borrowers for Over 20 Years
Once your finances are back on track, we want them to stay that way. Our credit counseling professionals will work one-on-one with you to help manage your finances after you’ve successfully completed a program of debt consolidation in Arizona. Our professionals can teach you how to set up a household budget, manage any future debt payments, and avoid taking out too much debt at once. Our website has dozens of educational articles and tip sheets as well.
Take an important step on the road to debt-free living. Fill out the online form at CreditGUARD.org or call us at 1-800-589-1643 today.
Clients We’ve helped in Arizona
|A Queen Creek, Arizona client saved an estimated $5,611.91|
|A Sand Stan Valley, Arizona client saved an estimated $25,249.43|
|A Tucson, Arizona client saved an estimated $4,997.69|
|A Tucson, Arizona client saved an estimated $3,230.44|
|A Globe, Arizona client saved an estimated $3,142.10|
|A Glendale, Arizona client saved an estimated $14,469.70|
|A Youngtown, Arizona client saved an estimated $13,816.98|
|A Yuma, Arizona client saved an estimated $9,311.40|
|A Youngtown, Arizona client saved an estimated $4,698.17|
|A Surprise, Arizona client saved an estimated $3,750.40|
|Average Arkansas persons per household||2.43|
|Average Arkansas client age||47.61214953271028|
|Average Arkansas client annual income||$31,797.48|
|Average Arkansas client annual expenses||$27,678.67|
|Average Arkansas client total debt||$15,103.36|
|Average Arkansas client savings||$17,575.77|
We can help you get out of debt in Arizona. Call us at 1-800-589-1643 to find out how!
Real Stories of Arizona Clients
After speaking with a man who lives in Phoenix, Arizona I was able to determine that his financial hardship was due to the loss of his second income and he has fallen behind on two cards and is in danger of failing on rest. We are able to stop the late fees and penalties from continuing to accrue and by lowering the interest rates and monthly payments and he will be able to get back on track and get out of this unsecured debt totaling over $7,000. In this way, he will be debt free in less then 4 years with a savings of over $6,000!
NW lives in Phoenix Arizona. Her expenses are getting out of hand and she is struggling to make her credit card payments. She has over $23,000 in credit card debt. By using our program her monthly payment will be approx $550 and she will be saving over $53000 in interest and fees and be debt free in 4 years and 7 months. She was very excited.
I received a call from a consumer in Tucson, Arizona who wanted to consolidate her credit cards. I explained that that we could help her over the phone and gave her the information to check our credentials. After going over her situation I discovered that she was making minimum payments and was frustrated that the balances weren’t going down that much because of her high interest. I was able to lower the interest on all 5 of her cards and lower the minimum monthly payments. She was still reluctant to give her personal and banking information over the phone and I told her that her information would be in a confidential file with us and we would not pass along her information. She agreed that this program would help her and said she would sign the application if the information I told her about my company checked out. She must have been satisfied with what she saw about us on the internet because the application came back an hour later.
From: Arizona Title 6 – Banks and Financial Institutions Chapter 6 Article 1
B. A licensee shall make a written contract between himself and a debtor and immediately furnish the debtor with a copy of the completed contract. The licensee shall concurrently furnish the debtor with a list of the creditors, as of the time of the signing of the contract, with whom he agrees to manage the debtor’s obligations. All contracts shall contain a provision allowing the termination of the contract by either party at any time. Such termination shall be without penalty, except that the licensee shall retain the retainer fee if the termination is by the debtor. Termination shall only be upon a five-day notice to the other party.
Arizona Residents: We are not a loan company.
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Certified Credit Counselors are available Monday - Thursday 8:00 am - 10:00 pm Eastern, Friday 8:00 am - 9:00 pm Eastern, Saturday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Eastern.
For more information on debt consolidation, please visit:
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