San Antonio, TX- based “The Financial Recovery Center.org” is making life less stressful and more financially manageable to consumers on a daily basis. The Financial Services firm offers several different options for those in need of help through their family of brands and partners.
“We are very proud to offer a range of products and services for our customers to help them to put their basic financial needs back in order….these needs range from Consumer Credit help, Debt Relief, Federal and Private Student Loan assistance, and Tax and Bankruptcy recovery.” Says President and CEO Marco Salinas.
“Consumers are in desperate need of assistance in these categories but they do not know where to turn, sadly there are still quite a few operators in these industries that are out to make a quick buck instead of putting their clients needs first…this gives us a major opportunity to shine by offering our financial recovery solutions to those in need.” said Salinas.
Salinas has been in the financial services industry for over 8 years and is currently also a major partner in a financial services business that has an A+ rating with the Central Texas Better Business Bureau.
“Our companies are all Attorney powered in some capacity” said Salinas “We strive to offer the highest level of service with a legal support system and partnership in place”
The FinancialRecoveryCenter.org is currently in partnership or ownership of the following brands:
The USA Today poll in May 2016 reported that two-thirds of Americans would struggle to cover a $1000 crisis. These difficulties span all incomes, according to the poll conducted by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research. Three-quarters of people in households making less than $50,000 a year and two-thirds of those making between $50,000 and $100,000 would have difficulty coming up with $1,000 to cover an unexpected bill
Even for the country’s wealthiest 20 percent — households making more than $100,000 a year — 38 percent say they would have at least some difficulty coming up with $1,000.
“The more we learn about the balance sheets of Americans, it becomes quite alarming,” said Caroline Ratcliffe, a senior fellow at the Urban Institute focusing on poverty and emergency savings issues.
“These are the exact reasons the FinancialRecoveryCenter.org exists, there is still a very large proportion of consumers who are not able to get ahead and move forward with things such as Homeownership due to a low credit score or an unmanageable amount of debt.”
More information about the Financial Recovery Center.org can be found at their website: www.FinancialRecoveryCenter.org