American Credit Foundation Review
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American Credit Foundation's website emphasizes its debt management plan. Unlike most other Consumer Credit Counseling Services, their website doesn't focus on educating consumers or the other services they provide.
Regarding the debt management plan (DMP) that American Credit Foundation offers, based on research by Bills.com, they don't charge a set up fee, where many firms do. They do charge a monthly service fee that is capped at $39, but may be less.
American Credit Foundation quotes a program of an exact length, not an estimate.
ACF did not present a detailed plan in writing prior to signing up. They quoted a program of an exact length, but did not break down the interest rates they would obtain from each creditor. Not presenting a plan in black and white, so a consumer can easily compare it with other proposals differs from the other credit counseling firms Bills.com researched.
About American Credit Foundation
American Credit Foundation (ACF) is a Utah based Consumer Credit Counseling Service. They are a non-profit that was founded in 1999.
American Credit Foundation's credit counselors are certified by the National Institute For Financial Counseling Education.
ACF is licensed to operate in 23 states, as of November 2018. They are an accredited member of the BBB, with an A+ rating, also as of November 2018.
American Credit Foundation offers a budget review that can be done over the phone.
ACF also offers a debt management plan to consumers who can benefit from it. They enroll unsecured debts greater than $100 for debts such as credit cards, personal loans, and medical bills. They accept accounts already in collections.
American Credit Foundation has a sub-company called Debt Guru.