National Debt Relief Stimulus Plan Fights Recession and Unemployment

San Diego, CA (PressExposure) July 31, 2009 -- The U.S. economy has lost 5.7 million jobs since the recession began in December 2007. This frightening loss, which heightening the $2.3 trillion consumer debt epidemic, incapacitated huddles of Americans to default on financial obligations to their creditors.

Aiming to curb the unemployment crisis, rolled out the National Debt Relief Stimulus Plan. The incredible debt reduction benefit couldn't have arrived at a more opportunistic time. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke expects the economy to start growing again in 2009. Sadly, before the recession ends, far more jobs are forecasted to be lost.

Fortunately, the National Debt Relief Stimulus Plan is supporting families that were riddled with stifling debt to relieve a lot of stress and anxiety. By easing such tension, helps people prevent unemployment related causes, such as bankruptcy and divorce.

In the U.S. almost one out of every 100 households, files bankruptcy, and over 70% of all marriages end in divorce due to a financial problem. However, the plan has assisted clients curb these statistics by negotiating debt settlements with their banks, credit card companies, and debt collectors.

"We love to create a win-win benefit that allows creditors to get paid and our clients to settle their debts for pennies on the dollar. Besides slashing 30-70% on their high interest credit card, medical, and business debts, our clients gain peace of mind by stopping annoying collection calls", exerts G. Hernandez, Debt Free League Operations Director.

Many critics agree that the National Debt Relief Stimulus Plan is the fastest bankruptcy alternative to become debt-free and improve credit. Clients remark at how powerfully the debt reduction plan excels over bankruptcy and the inferior debt consolidations of consumer credit counseling.

Equally impressive are the plan's superior debt reduction savings, impressive guarantees, and lowest fees in the debt settlement industry.

Mr. Hernandez adds, "Quality service is our number one priority. Plus our fees are about one third less than most debt settlement companies. That's why most Debt Free League clients get to save more and are positioned to get out of debt much faster."

Incredibly, the National Debt Relief Stimulus Plan provides far more benefits:

Graduates of the plan receive credit improvement; the eventual debt settlements lower their debt-to-income ratios. Having a low debt-to-income ratio is a prerequisite by major lending institutions, such as mortgage lenders. Another significant credit factor also improved is the debt-to-credit ratio, which composes 30% of the consumer credit (FICO) score.

Neil Leiman of the accounting firm, Leiman and Associates, marvels at how the plan has been such a practical business aid. "Thanks this wonderful debt settlement approach my business clients can avoid the stigma of a business failure because of a bankruptcy, lawsuit, judgment, lien, or seizure of business assets." Some acceptable unsecured business debts include past-due accounts, trade disputes, judgments, breaches of contract, and lease disputes.

Additionally, the plan has successfully liquidated a variety of medical debts, such as hospital bills, doctor bills, past due and disputed medical bills, medical collection accounts, and judgments.

Access to the National Debt Relief Stimulus Plan is available only through Debt Free League. The debt settlement company employs professionals in the debt management, collections, and financial planning fields and services most 50 states. To qualify for the plan, you must have a minimum total unsecured debt of $10,000.

For a free financial consultation, people are encouraged to call 1-800.213.9968 or apply online at

About Debt Free League

Debt Free League is a leading national debt settlement organization, which specializes in the settlement of unsecured personal, medical, debt consolidation service and business debts. For more details visit

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Press Release Submitted On: July 30, 2009 at 5:53 am
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