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Credit card video: How to pick the right credit counseling agency

By Tyler Metzger

Erica Sandberg, columnist for CreditCards.com, explains what to expect when you visit a credit counseling agency. She also describes what you should look for in a credit counselor and how to find one that is right for you.

 

Updated: November 19, 2009



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