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    Credit & Debt Counseling Services in Bloomington


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    Business Listing   The Roberts Company - Bloomington, CA - Phone: (909) 422-3885


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    Helpful Definition for: Credit & Debt Counseling Services


    Credit and debt counseling services in Bloomington offer education to consumers about how to avoid incurring debts that cannot be repaid through establishing an effective Debt Management Plan and Budget. Credit counseling is usually less typified by functions of credit education or the psychology of spending habits; rather credit counseling establishes a planned method of debt relief, typically through a Debt Management Plan. Credit counseling often involves negotiating with creditors to establish a debt management plan (DMP) for a consumer. A DMP may help the debtor repay his or her debt by working out a repayment plan with the creditor. DMPs, set up by credit counselors, usually offer reduced payments, fees and interest rates to the client. Credit counselors refer to the terms dictated by the creditors to determine payments or interest reductions offered to consumers in a debt management plan.

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