FreedomPlus Underwrites Loans With Simple Payment Plans

You may have been concerned after hearing about the recent breach at Equifax, which may have affected over one hundred and forty three million Americans. If you are worried that you have been affected, you should go to the Equifax website and find out if you were. If you were, you should immediately freeze credit report so that nobody can use it to take out loans or open up new accounts. If you need to do so yourself, you can simply unfreeze your credit reports. Only you have the ability to unfreeze them.

Another important step is to start reviewing your credit reports. You should also review your bank account activity and make sure that nothing suspicious has been going on. If you see even small payments that you have not authorized, contact your bank immediately. They will be able to stop those payments, freeze the old card, and get you a new card.

FreedomPlus is a company that underwrites loans to prime and sub-prime consumers. They offer simple solutions with simple payment plans. Approval can happen within forty eight hours. They have been featured in The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and other outlets.

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The Less School Stress The Better: A Guide from Freedom Debt Relief

Freedom Debt Relief is a company that allows consumers to negotiate the amount of debt that is owed so people can get back on solid financial footing. Freedom Debt Relief was founded in 2002 and is currently headquartered in San Mateo, California. One of the biggest financial stresses for parents is sending their kids back to school. It can be a real headache for some people but here are a few things to keep in mind.

The first thing to do, according to Freedom Debt Relief Vice President of Phoenix Operations Kevin Gallegos, is to make a school supply list early. Some schools will often post the list of materials a student needs online. If the list is not received in this manner the parent can go to the school directly and get the supplies the child needs.

A second thing Kevin recommends is to keep a budget and stick to it. Parents can set goals for themselves and set a good example for their children. Setting goals around the budget will help prevent parents from spending too much.

There are other things that parents can do to make the transition back to school much less stressful for them as well as the children. First, the parents can attend orientation. This allows parents to get together and know what is going on with their child in school. Second, the parents can establish a routine for the children. Making sure that time is set aside for homework extracurricular activities and most of all sleep are vital to a child’s success in school. Finally, the children can help make their lunch. It makes the child feel good and teaches responsibility for healthy habits.

With the help of Freedom Debt Relief, parents and kids can feel good about going back to school again.

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