If you are in the state of Maryland and you are looking for debt management companies who can help you with debt, you have many choices. Here are some of the companies I have found who can help you out.
Consumer Credit Counseling Service of MD & DE. This is a non-profit organization that has been in business since 1966. CCCS has also been an accredited business with the Better Business Bureau since Nov. 30, 1990. The company offers mostly counseling and debt management services. There are numerous branches around the Baltimore and Washington metropolitan areas, and they all have a BBB rating of A+.
Debt Relief Center Inc. Also known as United One Debt Consolidation, this business started up in 2008. It specializes in debt negotiation and financial services. It has one location in Owings Mills. It is not BBB-accredited, and it currently posts no grade, so if you would like more information, visit the company’s website at www.drclogin.com.
Care One. Care One is a national company that specializes in financial services, as well as credit and debt counseling. The Maryland branch is located in Columbia, about halfway between Baltimore and Washington. It has been accredited with the BBB since Jun. 30, 2004, and it currently posts a grade of A.
The Credit Experts, LLC. This company is based in nearby Woodbridge, VA, but it also services Maryland. It helps with credit and debt counseling, as well as credit repair and credit restoration. Unfortunately, its current BBB rating is an F because of an unresolved complaint within the past 36 months.
I found this website to have a nice list of more companies if you would like to research some nonprofit options.
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