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Freedom Debt Relief (FDR) is a major player in the debt consolidation business. Founded in 2002, FDR has almost 2,000 employees and more than 450,000 clients. They have resolved more than $8 billion in debt, and on average they resolve about 42,417 accounts each month. Keep on reading to learn what makes FDR so successful.

If you feel overwhelmed by your debt, or even if you’d just like to find out if there’s a way to save money while paying off your debt, then you may want to contact FDR. With a free evaluation, a certified debt consultant will discuss FDR’s programs and whether or not they may be right for you. And since FDR does not charge any fees until after a settlement has been negotiated, you can feel confident that they’ll work their hardest to find the option that’s best for you.

Clients of FDR have a FDIC-insured Dedicated Account that they make monthly deposits to. While you build your account, FDR strategizes and negotiates to find a way to settle your debt while saving you as much money as possible. If you’d like to have an estimate of how much money you could save, FDR has an easy-to-use online Savings Estimator.

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