Maryland Credit Counseling Solutions

Your financial situation and credit can be restored if you act quickly enough, get the right help and take the right steps toward improvement. You may have seen advertisements from a number of companies, many of which are located in Maryland touting "debt relief." However, how many of them are really there to help you?

Most of those companies are either lawyers pushing bankruptcy, debt settlement companies selling debt negotiation or for-profit debt management companies pushing poorly designed debt management plans. In order to get the proper help, you need to find a qualified and capable counselor working with a nonprofit tax-exempt credit counseling organization.

You may wish to ask about the counselor's certification. Do they sound knowledgeable? Are they pushy or are they patient?

Make sure that you feel comfortable working with your credit counselor. Remember that this is your financial future that is currently at-risk. Take the steps now to build your financial future.

Talk with a certified financial counselor through Debtors Unite. Call (800) 838-0861.

Maryland Credit Counseling Agencies

Baltimore
CCCS of Maryland & Delaware  800-642-2227

Bel Air
CCCS of Maryland & Delaware  800-642-2227

Brooklyn Park
CCCS of Maryland & Delaware  800-642-2227

Easton
CCCS of Maryland & Delaware  800-642-2227

Essex
CCCS of Maryland & Delaware  800-642-2227

Frederick
CCCS of Greater Washington, Inc.  866-346-2227

Lanham
ClearPoint Financial Solutions, Inc.  877-877-1995

Owings Mills
CCCS of Maryland & Delaware  800-642-2227

Parkville
CCCS of Maryland & Delaware  800-642-2227

Rockville
CCCS of Greater Washington, Inc.  866-346-2227

Salisbury
CCCS of Maryland & Delaware  800-642-2227

Silver Spring
CCCS of Greater Washington, Inc.  866-346-2227

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