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WASHINGTON — Today, the Consumer Debt Relief Initiative (CDRI) — the premier industry organization dedicated to the protection and promotion of the debt settlement industry — announced the expansion of its board of directors to
Leading association for the debt settlement industry expanding its support of consumers who are struggling financially WASHINGTON — Consumer Debt Relief Initiative (CDRI), the leading national trade association for the debt settlement industry, is launching
Bi-partisan advocacy efforts and coalition work propel CDRI into the spotlight as a leading voice for the debt settlement industry WASHINGTON — Consumer Debt Relief Initiative (CDRI) received praise for taking a central role in
WASHINGTON — The executive board of Consumer Debt Relief Initiative (CDRI) approved the expansion of its board of directors to seven members. Two financial services industry veterans, Hurshell Brown and Shawn Burdick, will complement the
WASHINGTON — The executive board of directors of Consumer Debt Relief Initiative (CDRI) unanimously approved the creation of an additional board seat with the intention of broadening industry participation, particularly from the payment processing space. Effectively
In an article featured in Baltimore Business Journal, CDRI Chairman Tomas Gordon discusses launching a trade association to advocate for companies that are following “the spirit” of federal laws and regulations aimed at protecting consumers. Read
In an Op-Ed featured in Morning Consult, CDRI Chairman Tomas Gordon discusses the impacts of COVID-19 on consumer debt, and the role debt settlement will play in assisting consumers during these challenging and uncertain times. Read
A top Marine Corps leader at Camp Lejeune asked state lawmakers Wednesday to crack down on the debt settlement industry in North Carolina by passing a bill that stalled last month in the Senate. The
Nearly half, 47 percent, of U.S. adults, or about 120 million people, currently have credit card debt, up from 43 percent reported in early March, according to a new report from CreditCards.com.  The sudden spike in
While not everyone is actually getting ill from COVID-19, we are all feeling the far-reaching effects of the virus. The pandemic is especially wreaking havoc on Americans’ financial health. Before the virus reached the US,

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