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Credit Alleviation: COVID-19 lockdown the ideal time to reassess finances

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Credit Alleviation: COVID-19 lockdown the ideal time to reassess finances

June 22
05:44 2020

Tampa, FL – June 22, 2020 – While millions of Americans worry about staying healthy and flattening the curve during the global pandemic, millions more are at home worrying about their finances and how, or even if, they will make ends meet.

For many Americans, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought finances into focus. While some are worrying about their finances, others are doing something about it. Credit Alleviation, a Florida-based organization has been helping Americans sort out their finances, monitor and restore their credit, get out of debt, assist with legal advice and provide estate planning information for more than 10 years. Their unique collection of services is offered through membership in their Protection Plan.

The Protection Plan is an umbrella of services designed to keep finances in check. The identity and credit watch protection service continuously monitor accounts for suspicious activities. If any are found and the damage is already done, the credit restoration service will work to restore the client’s credit, debt and identity. For those who have experienced challenges with their debt, the protection plan provides budgeting advice as well as debt payment planning and finance-related legal advice. As a measure of added protection, plan members also receive a $30,000 term life insurance policy.

“The pandemic put finances into focus for many people,” explains Alex Van Hulle, founder of Credit Alleviation. “Many of us are in self-isolation at the moment. Being home gives us the chance to reflect on what is important to us and what financial goals we have for ourselves. For some it’s getting out of debt, saving for a down payment on a house or saving for education for the kids. The premium Protection Plan membership, as well as the other services we offer, are the first step in achieving those goals.”

Van Hulle is so passionate about people taking this time to re-evaluate finances, he is offering free counselling services. The free service will allow clients to contact an advisor who will go over what can be done to positively affect the clients overall financial health. Consultations are available over the phone and can be booked by emailing [email protected]

More information about the Protection Plan membership and Credit Alleviation can be found at

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Company Name: Credit Alleviation
Contact Person: Alex van Hulle
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Phone: 407-554-5750
Country: United States

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