We’re tremendously proud of our clients, many of whom have overcome tremendous odds to pay off their credit card debt. Below are a few success stories to inspire you. They show the light at the end of the tunnel and that credit counseling is the first step to becoming debt free. Don’t get ripped-off by for-profit debt help companies. After reading these client reviews, you’ll see that non-profit debt management programs are an effective path to paying off your debt.
Holladay and his wife Denae had $23,000 in credit card debt and owed another $10,000 on an unsecured personal loan. They were both working and trying to keep up, but the best they could do was minimum payments. The interest alone on the debt was eating them up.
The floor under Alice Stephens’s life collapsed on Christmas Eve, 2010, when her husband of 34 years, Phillip, died of a sudden heart attack. Suddenly a widow, she was deeply bereft and completely unsure what to do next.
Rita Robyn reviews the InCharge Debt Management Program and explains how she paid off $74,000 in credit card debt (27 credit cards) in less than 5 years.
Kim Smith shares her debt repayment story with InCharge; How she paid of $35,000 in debt in 48 months and taught her kids to live without credit cards.
Joe Forte celebrates the fact he eliminated $65,900 worth of credit card debt and wonders if his struggle to achieve fiscal sanity will wake up anyone in similar circumstances.
Asmus problems included going through a divorce; suddenly becoming a single mother supporting three children; trying to make mortgage payments and pay off $18,000 in credit card bills while working three jobs.
Four maxed-out credit cards, auto and mortgage debt plagued the Geller Family, but when a ‘no money down for 2 years’ furniture purchase came due, they knew they were over their heads. Find out how they used the debt management program to regain their financial independence.
For Robina Way, life has taken an unimaginable turn. She’s leasing a beautiful new car. She’s working steady. She has health insurance. She’s debt free. And that’s where she plans to stay.
“I was a single Mom and when you’re out shopping and see something you like, you tend to put it on a charge card because you think you really need it. Turns out, I didn’t really need that stuff.”