Consolidated Credit is like an encyclopedia for debt, with an excellent debt relief aggregator service as well. A fairly recent entry (2013), can they compete with everyone else? Let’s find out:
Consolidated Credit has positioned itself to be an all-encompassing service for debt. They have a myriad of articles, tons of advice, some straightforward DIY (do it yourself) options, and, if needed, an aggregator service that will find you debt relief options. What’s not to like?
They give you an awful lot of options, information, and tools. Plus, they have a fairly comprehensive DIY route, and an option to get professional debt relief if wanted. Essentially, Consolidated Credit is for consumers who want all of the options and information in front of them.
Not really. Maybe for consumers who don’t want to read too much information, Consolidated Credit might seem a bit comprehensive. But personally, I liked all of the options.
A+ BBB rating, and plenty of other accolades. No issue here.
I was impressed with debt.com, and you will be too, assuming you don’t mind doing a little research and reading. Put them high up on your list.