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Finding the right debt consolidation service for your financial situation is very important, and if you are considering an online service it is imperative that you find a reliable online consolidation company. Debt consolidation services whether online or not can adversely affect your credit. If you have existing debt to eliminate but retain a good credit rating you should find an alternative way to solve your debt situation. Your good credit rating could provide access to better alternatives with fewer credit consequences.

The Debt Zapper program from Bank of America Card Holders of America is a good program to consider before you start your search for an online consolidation service. They will prepare a payoff plan in accordance with your financial situation to help you payoff your debt as quickly as possible. The service is not costly and as low as $15.00, money well spent. Such a small amount to pay for this great program and beneficial service is not easy to find. If anything, it may be worth your money to obtain the plan they prepare for you, try to follow it and see if you can avoid debt consolidation entirely.

When comparing online debt consolidation companies it is extremely important to check if they are licensed. Many online debt consolidation companies are not licensed. Some states, such as Maryland, do not require online debt consolidation companies to be licensed. Avoid companies with postal address registered in states requiring no license. However, some states do have licensed financial and debt counselors allowing for the convenience of online debt consolidation companies with licensed credit counselors.

Consumer Credit Counseling is the best online debt consolidation service available. As was mentioned earlier, debt consolidation services can negatively affect your credit. Consumer Credit Counseling is the least damaging to your credit. Their website provides free information, advice and access to debt counseling and possibly credit repair tips. In addition, their services extend beyond the internet. They have local offices available to better serve you and work together in-person if desired.

The Better Business Bureau is a good source to use in checking the background of online debt consolidation companies. Confirm that they are in good standing with the Bureau or if they have a history of complaints. Without thorough research on an online debt consolidation company, you may regret it later and find yourself in a worse position. A little time spent now could save you trouble and headaches in the future.

Greg Hansward is publishing mainly for , an online site with information about business debt, credit repair and other interests. You can learn about his writings on debt counselling and business debt at


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