Mission: National Debt Relief's mission is to help people resolve their debt without bankruptcy.
Who We Are
National Debt Relief is one of the country’s largest and one of the most reputable debt settlement companies. We are made up of energetic, smart & compassionate individuals who are passionate about helping thousands of Americans with debt relief. Most importantly we’re all about helping our customers through a tough financial time in their lives with education and individual customer service.
We are dedicated to helping individuals and families rid their lives of burdensome debt. We specialize in debt settlement and have negotiated settlements for thousands of creditor and collection accounts. We provide our clients with both our expertise and our proven results. This means helping consumers in their time of hardship to get out of debt with the least possible cost. It can also mean conducting financial consultations, educating the consumer and recommending the appropriate solution. Our core services offer debt settlement as an alternative to bankruptcy, credit counseling, and debt consolidation. We become your number one advocate group to help you re-establish financial stability as quickly as possible.
When looking for a company to help you get out of debt, you want to be sure they have the proper accreditations that show they are a reputable company that won’t scam you out of your hard earned money. You should look for companies that are members of the leading watchdog groups in their industry. This shows they have a strong code of conduct and are regulated by the proper authorities. The longer a company has been in business, the better. This shows they have the experience and resources to be there for you when you are in a desperate financial situation and need help. So let’s take a look at the accreditations of National Debt Relief.
BBB – National Debt Relief is a BBB Accredited Business with the Better Business Bureau of New York, NY. Not all debt relief companies are accredited by the BBB. We feel this is one of the most important accreditations to have in this industry. The Better Business Bureau is a leader in providing trust to consumers in dealing with any company. Make sure any company you are evaluating to help you with your debt has an accreditation by the BBB.
IAPDA – National Debt Relief requires all of our Debt Arbitrators to be accredited through the IAPDA, the International Association of Professional Debt Arbitrators * Tested and certified by Arbitrain
National Debt Relief is a member of AFCC (the American Fair Credit Council) and is constantly audited to assure and verify our quality control and compliance in the industry. National Debt Relief’s customer service, underwriting, processing and arbitration has been audited by the AFCC and to verify that they are fully compliant with all of their best practice standards.
NationalDebtRelief.com complies with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) final TSR rule 16 C.F.R. Part 310 and does not charge any fees up front. Fees are collected only after negotiations with creditors are completed. NationalDebtRelief.com offers clients a comprehensive debt relief solution, including debt consolidation, debt restructuring, debt settlement and credit counseling. Our results continue to exceed our customer’s expectations and industry standards. As you can see, National Debt Relief has a strong reputation and has the proper accreditations from the Better Business Bureau, the American Fair Credit Council and the International Association of Professional Debt Arbitrators.
NDR is one of the only companies in the debt relief industry to feature an accreditation from all three organizations. See what we can do for you and your finances and peace of mind by calling us and talking with one of certified debt counselors with no obligation.
These are not the only symbols of trust you should look for. You should also check what other clients have said about working with the company you are looking at. Even companies with a BBB accreditation can have complaints about their service. You want to see how the company handled the client’s complaints about their service and if they worked to provide a satisfactory response and remedy to the situation. National Debt Relief works hard to make sure each and every client is satisfied with their debt relief services and will do its best to work to that goal.
You can see that overall, we have done a satisfactory job of helping clients resolve their unsecured debt problems. Feel free to give us a call and talk with a debt relief expert to see how we may be able to help you in your time of need.
For Our Customers
National Debt Relief combined with our servicing partner has tens of thousands of customers and they are all hard working people just like you. You are the reason we come to work. You’re the reason hundreds of our dedicated employees strive for excellence every day.
For Our Community
National Debt Relief understands the importance of a strong community and gives back by donating to several worthy charities each week. We support the Wounded Warrior Project, St Jude Childrens Hospital, Autism Speaks, Network For Good (The Animal Medical Center), and Unicef.
I have been working at National Debt Relief full-time (More than 3 years)
I have been at National Debt Relief for almost four years now and I can honestly say that this is the most rewarding job that I have ever had. What could be better than helping people and making a great living for doing it? In the short time that I have been here, the company has tripled in size and continues to grow. The benefits are great and there is plenty of room for advancement. The culture that they have cultivated here is fantastic and the people are great from the bottom to the top. Definitely, a great place to work and build a career.
The job often requires long hours. You may find yourself working some overtime to finish a file or to complete an enrollment. It's all worth because you are helping someone in need and well compensated for your effort.
Advice to Management
KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!!!
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at National Debt Relief in April 2018.
very lengthy, 5 rounds of interviews, provided no feedback after any of them, sent through to each round, but never received a call, or an email about not moving forward...had a phone, 2 skypes, facetime, and an in-person interview