Dallas, TX, April 27, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- The National Financial Awareness Network, one of America’s top providers of debt settlement information, is adding articles and support forums to its latest version of the already popular Do-It-Yourself Debt Settlement Kit at www.DIYDebtSettlementKit.com.
The new features are part of the company’s push to develop an online community around the product. Company President John Janney said that as consumer debt continues to grow, it is increasingly important to develop online communities where people can interact and exchange information.
“Credit card companies continue to encourage people to drown themselves in an endless ocean of debt, and it is not always easy to fight off tempting offers when you are all alone,” explained Janney. “By joining an online community, you can reach out and seek the support of others who are also struggling to be debt free.”
The new product website includes the complete Do-It-Yourself Debt Settlement Kit audio seminar in downloadable and streaming formats, the complete workbook in downloadable format, exclusive articles and community support forums where users of the Kit can interact and exchange questions, answers and experiences. Janney said that while there are other do-it-yourself debt settlement products available, the DIYDebtSettlementKit.com website is the only one he is aware of that includes membership access to helpful articles and community forums.
NFAN is not new to community websites. Their HelpForDebtors.com website won the attention of the New York State Banking Department and is now listed in the Department’s Financial Educational Resources Directory. NFAN also recently sponsored the Dallas advanced screening of Maxed Out, a documentary on America’s growing consumer debt problem, where Janney participated as a panelist in the after-screening discussion.
“One issue that the Maxed Out documentary raised was how taboo the subject of debt is in our culture and how we need to break this taboo so we can get on with the business of solving this problem,” Janney continued. “The community we are building allows users to protect their identity by using usernames instead of real names so that people struggling with the common goal of settling their debts can interact comfortably and benefit from this interaction.”
For more information on the NFAN Do-It-Yourself Debt Settlement Kit, go to www.DIYDebtSettlementKit.com.
The National Financial Awareness Network, Inc, is a financial literacy company that offers educational products and services related to personal finance, such as the popular Do-It-Yourself Debt Settlement Kit. For more information, please visit their website at www.nfan.com.