Freedom Debt Relief

Freedom Debt Relief.

This is a leading U.S. debt settlement company based in San Mateo, California and it is a fully owned subsidiary of Freedom Financial Network. Freedom Debt Relief was founded by co-CEOs Brad Stroh and Andrew Housser in 2002 and has been there to help people to build wealth, break free of debt and future financial security planning. The company employs various strategies of debt negotiation which get savings for clients on a customized individual basis.

Empowering People for Better Financial Health

Joni, who is a client, says that it is hard for one to admit that they need help but unpredictable financial circumstances can result to more debt than which could be handled. He says Freedom Debt Relief stands out as one of the best choices to settle and pay up for their accounts and is both professional and caring.

Finding the Best Debt Strategies

Completely reviewing your financial situation as well as your goals is a key to any debt strategy. Freedom Debt Relief has counselors who are experts at guiding their clients through all available debt options and also reviewing other strategies for the purpose of comparison, these strategies include;
Cash refinancing.
○ If you posses equity or other valuable asset, you could secure additional loan to pay off your debts ○Secured loans have lower interest rates compared to credit cards.
Bankruptcy
○ You may file to be declared bankrupt but it is always more costly in the long run.
○ Bankruptcy cannot free you from all debts and will ruin your credit rating.
○ You may agree on a repayment plan which will be decided by the legal system
Doing-it-yourself alternatives.
○ There are available wide variety of online tools.
○ You are on your own hence there is no complicated customer service process to follow.

Reaching Out to the Greater Community.

Freedom Debt Relief offer support to its communities by supporting youth programs such as Boys and Girls Club or organizations that give support to children who are ill and are financially disable. Two recent grants are $50,000 to Habitat for Humanity and $50,000 to the United Way of Greater Houston to offer support to the disaster relief efforts caused by Hurricane Harvey.

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