Columbia, MD, August 27, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- The National Financial Awareness Network, a personal finance publishing company, released two online audio seminar products today that help consumers decide if debt settlement is the right debt relief choice and, if so, how to negotiate debt settlements.
The first audio seminar product, "How Should I Get Out of Debt?" surveys the debt problem facing Americans and explains proven methods for digging yourself out of debt. Specific topics covered in the audio seminar include bankruptcy, debt consolidation, consumer credit counseling and debt settlement. "How Should I Get Out of Debt?" then takes listeners through a mathematical exercise to help them determine which debt relief option is best suited for their specific financial situations.
The second audio seminar product, "How to Negotiate Away Your Debts!" explains in detail how individuals can settle their own debts by negotiating reduced-balance settlements with their creditors. The seminar includes a workbook and actual debt settlement negotiation scenarios and sample scripts. Additionally, "How to Negotiate Away Your Debts!" includes form letters to help listeners with their self-run debt settlement program.
"The different debt relief options can be confusing for some people, so we are offering an online audio seminar that defines and explains the differences between popular ways to tackle debt," said NFAN President John Janney. "Providing a method for navigating the different paths out of debt will greatly help people struggling to be debt-free."
Both audio seminars include a downloadable workbook and can also be downloaded onto the listener's computer in MP3 format for listening on an iPod or other MP3 device. The new seminar products are based on the popular Do-It-Yourself Debt Settlement Kit and are available for purchase at DIYDebtSettlementKit.com. "How Should I Get Out of Debt?" sells for $49.98 and "How to Negotiate Away Your Debt!" sells for $69.98. The full version of the Do-It-Yourself Debt Settlement Kit sells for $99.95 for the digital version, which is considered the best value for a complete guide toward a debt-free life and $159.95 for the 6-CD and printed-workbook version.
The National Financial Awareness Network is a personal finance publishing company that offers educational products and services, such as their popular DIYDebtSettlementKit.com and HelpForDebtors.com. For more information, visit their website at www.nfan.com.