With just over 200,000 residents, Montgomery is Alabama’s capital and fourth largest city. Often called the “Birthplace of the Civil Rights Movement,” Montgomery boasts many historic landmarks and is a must visit for American history buffs. Maxwell Air Force base in Montgomery has been a hub for training US Air Force pilots since World War I.
The Bureau of Labor Statics states Montgomery’s unemployment sits at 3.5%, which is just below the national average of 3.9%. The average hourly wage in Montgomery is $19.93, 18% lower than the national average ($24.34). Home rental and sales prices in the area continue to rise with an average home rent of $875 and an average home price of $110,500.
Many Americans throughout the country are finding it difficult to stay on top of rising monthly debt payments, and Montgomery is not any different. As the situation develops, many find themselves in a life filled with late debt payments, harassing phone calls, and a general feeling of hopelessness. At CreditGUARD, we understand. Many clients have experienced similar situations before contacting CreditGUARD.
Correcting your financial situations doesn’t mean you can’t have fun. Montgomery offers up many experiences that are not only enjoyable but also affordable. The “Moosuem” is an excellent kid-centric museum focused on teaching about the Alabama cattle industry. Country music lovers can visit famed musician Hank Williams’ Memorial and take photos with a statue of his likeness located at the center of the Riverfront Entertainment District.
With the help of our certified credit counselors, CreditGUARD can show you the steps necessary to correct your debt. We offer financial education to clarify your current situation and take the right steps towards financial freedom. Our nonprofit debt management program can assist you with lowering debt payments by consolidating them into one more manageable payment. Stop the harassing calls and reclaim your life with CreditGUARD. Take the next step today!
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"I am so grateful for my experience with Credit Guard of America. I frequently had to call with questions and concerns and they were always so helpful and kind. I had to speak with Eric a lot, I’m assuming he’s a part of management, and it was always a pleasure. They made it easy to pay off accounts and do extra payments. All 5 of my credit accounts are now paid and I couldn’t have done it without this program. I was happy to recommend them to one of my closest friends! "
CreditGuard provides a Debt Management, Debt Counseling and Financial Education Services for consumers for over 30yrs, we have reduce a consumers overall debt up to 50%, while lowering or eliminating interest and late fees, along with re-aging of their accounts.
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CreditGUARD also offers a number of other services. On our site you’ll find in-depth articles about debt consolidation, money management, and budgeting. Our educational resources section offers a wealth of information about various aspects of personal finance. Our helpful credit counselors stand ready to answer any questions about money management and debt consolidation in Alabama. Call us today at 800-500-6489, or complete the online form, and find some peace of mind at last.
From: Alabama Securities Act Title 7 – Sale of Checks Act
Section 8-7-3 License — Required.
No person, as a service or for a fee or other consideration, shall engage in the business of selling, issuing, or otherwise dispensing checks or receiving money as agent for obligors for the purpose of paying such obligors’ bills, invoices, or accounts without first obtaining a license from the commission pursuant to the provisions of this chapter.
(Acts 1961, Ex. Sess., No. 177, p. 2142, §3.)
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