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Columbia, MD, United States, 2008/09/02 - Award-winning debt settlement company publishes first series of videos featuring employees answering frequently asked questions about debt settlement.
Debt Shield, an award-winning debt settlement company headquartered in Maryland, is now offering online video answers to frequently asked questions about debt settlement, a debt relief option gaining popularity among consumers struggling with debt.
The video clips feature actual Debt Shield employees – not paid actors – answering frequently asked questions for consumers who are considering debt settlement as a solution to their debt problems.
"Videos add an interactive and personal touch to our website," said Michelle Scott, who is featured in the videos. "It helps to have people who understand the program and assist consumers daily explain detailed aspects of debt settlement to make certain points clear and easy to understand."
In the video FAQs, Scott, a former Client Advocate Supervisor who recently moved to the human resources department, explains which debts qualify for settlement and how debt settlement companies fund their operations. Senior Debt Consultant Sharon Smith explains how much money debt settlement can save debtors, how Debt Shield can help alleviate debt collection calls and how people can enroll in the program. Senior Debt Consultant Edward McKay answers one of the most popular questions: why creditors agree to accept less than they're owed.
These questions and more are answered on Debt Shield's popular FAQ page with information organized to accommodate both casual visitors and serious debt settlement researchers.
"Our top FAQs tackle the basics of debt settlement, ideal for the undecided visitor researching debt relief options," said Asa Williams, Director of Advertising and Marketing for Debt Shield's parent company FSI Holding Corp. "And for consumers interested in more detailed information, or who have decided debt settlement is the right option, additional FAQs that provide thorough insight of the program are also available."
The video FAQs are available on the Debt Shield website at debtshield.com. In addition to checking out the videos, Debt Shield encourages all interested consumers to call 1-888-397-7546 to speak with a Debt Consultant directly for a free, no obligation consultation.
About Debt Shield
Debt Shield, Inc., is a debt settlement company dedicated to helping consumers resolve their unsecured debt through mutually agreeable and discounted lump sum settlements in consideration of legitimate financial hardships. By helping consumers avoid bankruptcy, Debt Shield provides a service for both debtors and creditors.