New, Nonprofit Web Site Has Prescription For What Ails Consumers Financially
Modeled after "Dear Abby", AskDoctorDebt. com provides free, fast and friendly advice for consumers facing credit and debt questions.
(Vocus) April 29, 2009
www. AskDoctorDebt. com] is a brand new, completely free Web site that offers debt help and debt solutions for consumers that are struggling financially. Designed by the nonprofit ACA International Education Foundation as an online version of "Dear Abby" for consumers seeking debt help and credit advice, Ask Doctor Debt offers free answers and debt solutions to anyone seeking financial help or credit counseling. Along with a dynamic, searchable FAQ database on credit and debt, consumers also have the option to personally submit their own questions to Ask Doctor Debt. Visitors to AskDoctorDebt. com can also utilize credit and debt (http://www. askdoctordebt. com/TakeAction. aspx) tips, try out a budget calculator or take a personal financial management web course to assess their financial health.
Ask Doctor Debt features dozens of real questions from real consumers seeking advice on everything from bankruptcy to how to file a complaint against a debt collector to general questions about how to get out of debt or how to stay out of debt.
In addition, Ask Doctor Debt experts regularly appear (http://www. acainternational. org/reporters. aspx? cid=14047) on radio, television and online media outlets all over the country to help answer consumers' credit and debt questions live. www. AskDoctorDebt. com went live in April 2009 as part of the ACA International Education Foundation's continuing mission to serve consumers by improving financial literacy.
For more information or to schedule an interview with an Ask Doctor Debt expert, contact PR Director John Nemo at (952) 928-8000, ext. 124.