SOURCE: Total Debt Relief

January 21, 2010 11:24 ET

Credit Card Debt Relief: Consumers Finally Getting a Bailout

With Much Media Attention Given to the Bailouts on Wall Street and the Auto Industry, Consumer Advocate Educates on Consumer Debt Bailouts Under Way

CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwire - January 21, 2010) - Much (so very much) has been written and reported in the media concerning the use of taxpayer funds to bail out Wall Street banks and investment firms that were so-called "too big to fail" as well as the auto industry. Trillions of taxpayer dollars have been funneled into TARP, the Troubled Asset Relief Program.

Consumers have been frustrated and upset when the polls show that they have never supported the use of their dollars to save Wall Street when people on Main Street are feeling like they themselves are drowning in debt -- and government doesn't seem to care.

Consumer advocate Total Debt Relief wishes to impress upon consumers that sweeping new credit card debt relief programs are now available to all consumers who are struggling with credit card debt and are seeking debt relief.

Debt Relief -- now at last consumers have a set of programs designed for them to reduce and eliminate credit card debt and get a fresh start. It's important for consumers to note that these new credit card debt relief programs do not involve the taking out of a new loan to pay off existing loans.

These new credit card debt relief programs also do not involve the need for a bankruptcy filing, thereby eliminating things such as a plummeting credit score and the inability to obtain future credit for years after filing for bankruptcy.

One of the most successful of these sweeping new credit card debt relief programs is known as Debt Settlement. Here's how it works:

A debt settlement firm will negotiate on behalf of the consumer in debt with the consumer's creditors in order to obtain the biggest reduction and elimination of credit card debt possible. In almost all cases, consumer credit card debt is eliminated at least 50% -- with debt reduction and elimination as much as 70% even possible in some cases.

Total Debt Relief offers consumers a free debt evaluation which can be taken advantage of at the company's website:

Contact Information

  • Contact:

    John Chase
    877-224-2950 x 7016