SOURCE: National Debt Relief Program

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November 11, 2010 14:10 ET

As Economy Stalls, Credit Card Debt Consolidation and Relief Programs Offer Help

National Debt Relief Program Discusses Ways and Means by Which Consumers Are Benefiting Today With Relief Programs Nationwide

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - November 11, 2010) -  The ads for credit card debt relief and consolidation programs are everywhere today. The reasons are clear: it's the economy. With so many people unemployed, underemployed, and struggling to make ends meet, debt is an issue that many would like to master. Yet for others, debt such as that from credit card debt and medical bills has become a crisis and frankly needs to be addressed. Fortunately, when it comes to debt relief, consumers have more options today than ever before.

Though some media outlets herald consumer debt dropping, this is hardly proof of an economic turnaround. In fact, many have made the argument that working class America has not faced such difficult challenges in several generations and are in need of effective debt relief. Consider the following:

More than 42 million Americans were on food stamps during the month of August. That is a new all-time record, and this number is 17 percent higher than it was one year earlier. In fact, the number of Americans on food stamps today is up more than 58 percent since August 2007. Poverty is exploding and it is hitting those who are the most vulnerable the hardest. According to one recent study, approximately 21 percent of all children in the United States are living below the poverty line in 2010. Additionally, one out of every six Americans is now enrolled in at least one anti-poverty program run by the federal government.

Debt Relief Now

In the midst of these conditions, Americans have had to cope with credit card debt and skyrocketing out-of-pocket medical bills. Yet hope springs eternal, and today powerfully effective credit card debt consolidation and debt relief programs are more effective and easier to apply for and qualify for than ever before. These programs to lower credit card debt are also effective with lowering and better-managing medical debt as well. These credit card debt consolidation and relief programs work without loans but through processes of negotiation.

To learn more about these programs and get a free debt analysis, please visit National Debt Relief Program at:

www.nationaldebtreliefprogram.org

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