Today’s economic situation has caused many people stress related to personal debt and global economic insecurity. Since the Great Recession, many Americans have struggled to regain their economic confidence.
If finances have been causing you undue anxiety, you are not alone. Many residents in Scottsdale have experienced the same kind of anxiety.
Scottsdale has seen more prosperous conditions than many cities across the country, but it has by no means been immune to financial struggle. As of April 2017, the national unemployment rate was 4.4% while the local unemployment rate in Scottsdale was 4.1%. Scottsdale is seeing a lower rate than the national average, and unemployment has been nearly flat, down just from 4.7% last year. Average real estate prices in Scottsdale are about $400,000, and the average home rental runs $2000/month. The median household income is $80,969. Given Scottsdale’s economic picture, it makes sense that more and more residents are looking for help with their debt problems.
The good news? While the average CreditGUARD client in Scottsdale has nearly $16,000 in debt, our Scottsdale clients have saved thousands in interest with our help.
As a trusted nonprofit organization, CreditGUARD’s mission is to help you take control of your finances and work towards a more financially stable tomorrow. Our trained professionals will help you create a personalized financial plan that meets your needs and could include debt management, financial education, credit counseling, continuing education and budgeting tips from our experienced credit counselors.
If your finances have gone south in the “the West’s Most Western Town,” just make one simple call today to one of our credit counselors at CreditGUARD of America at 800-500-6489 for more information on our nonprofit debt management, debt consolidation and credit counseling services. We are ready to help you!
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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.
Reputable and established Debt Counseling Company operating since 1991, licensed in all 50 states. Currently located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
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 Arizona. Call us today at 800-500-6489, or complete the online form, and find some peace of mind at last.
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.
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