National Debt Relief obtains an A + rating from the New York Better Business Bureau (BBB)
NEW YORK, Feb. 26, 2015 / PRNewswire / – National Debt Relief (NDR), one of the nation’s leading debt settlement companies, recently received an enhanced rating from the Better Business Bureau (BBB). What was once an A grade is now an A + grade.
BBB.org, a trusted business review website is committed to providing customers with an unbiased reflection of a business’s reliability and reliability. Based on the National Debt Relief page on the BBB website, all of their ratings are based on 13 factors. But the reasons why NDR scored higher are attributed to these four factors:
● Length of service in the debt relief sector.
● Volume of complaints (filed with BBB) against the size of the company.
● Company response to 16 complaints filed with BBB.
● Resolutions obtained for complaints filed with BBB.
Daniel Tilipman, President of National Debt Relief, said, “This achievement has not been easy. It is the result of everyone’s hard work and continued dedication to exceptional and unprecedented customer service. Alex kleyner (CEO) and I are truly touched by everyone’s efforts to make NDR the industry leader in debt resolution, while providing consumers with an experience that makes it much easier for them to sleep every night. “
National Debt Relief has been a BBB accredited company since February 5, 2013. The company achieved this status because it was able to meet BBB accreditation standards. This means that NDR is committed to resolving any consumer complaints filed against them through the Better Business Bureau.
For over 6 years, National Debt Relief has been providing debt solutions to consumers with debt problems. They have helped thousands of consumers get out of debt with affordable repayment plans. Their efforts have resulted in a consistently high rating from the Better Business Bureau.
Consumers looking to regain control of their financial lives with proven debt resolution plans while avoiding bankruptcy can visit http://www.NationalDebtRelief.com or by calling the toll-free number 888-703-4948.
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