James in Illinois says:

I had a lot of credit card debt that I never thought I’d ever get out from under, but a Freedom Debt Relief ad caught my eye and I gave them a call. 18 months later, I was out of debt.

I was very happy at how I always got the answers and help I needed from their people as I made my way through the program.

And in regards to saving me money, they beat my expectations by a long shot! Especially on my American Express card – FDR cut $40,000 to $8,000. That was great! What a surprise! All in all, their settlements saved me just under fifty grand. Quite a chunk of change that definitely justified the cost of their program. (The amount they saved me was more than six times the amount they charged me in fees. I would call that a fair deal.)

I had a rough situation but FDR took care of it. I am in a pretty good place now and I’m really happy how things have turned out for me. Like I said, I never, ever expected to get out from all that debt, and never so fast! In just about a year and a half I was totally out of debt! I’m very happy I made that call. I would definitely recommend FDR to someone looking to get out of debt like me.

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