Posted: Guest|January 7th, 2019

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Freedom Debt Relief Named 2019 Consumer’s Choice Award Recipient in Debt Relief by BestCompany.com

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Pleasant Grove, UT - January 7, 2019 - Freedom Debt Relief has been named the 2019 Consumer’s Choice Award recipient in the debt relief industry by BestCompany.com, an independent consumer review site. Freedom Debt Relief was selected to receive this recognition from among 77 other debt relief companies based on a comprehensive market index score and the feedback of verified customers through reviews.

"We wish to recognize Freedom Debt Relief with the Consumer’s Choice Award for 2019. They've earned it,” said BestCompany.com CEO Landon Taylor. “Our hope is that this recognition will highlight a company that is doing business the right way by taking care of its customers and always looking for ways in which it can improve."

Freedom Debt Relief distinguished itself from its competitors by offering a variety of debt settlement and consolidation services, as well as free consultations, a helpful online dashboard for customers, and a “no fees charged until debt is settled” approach. That, combined with an extremely high customer review score of 4.7 out of 5 based on more than 5,800 real customer reviews, propelled Freedom Debt Relief to an impressive overall score of 9.4 out of 10, the highest in the industry.

“Winning the Consumer’s Choice Award is meaningful for us,” said Sean Fox, co-President of Freedom Debt Relief.  “We work hard every day to deliver great results for our clients, so it’s gratifying to know consumers appreciate what Freedom Debt Relief does. We’re also grateful that there are online resources like bestcompany.com to help consumers research and find the debt help they need to create a better life.”

To read consumer reviews for the top-rated debt relief provider, view Freedom Debt Relief's profile on bestcompany.com. For additional information and comparisons, access the full list of debt relief companies considered for this award, as well as their respective scores and customer reviews.

About Freedom Debt Relief

A subsidiary of Freedom Financial Network, Freedom Debt Relief is one of the largest debt relief companies in the nation and has resolved over $9 billion in debt since its founding in 2002. Because of its influence and years of industry experience, creditors take Freedom Debt Relief seriously. In addition to being a leader in debt negotiation, Freedom Debt Relief is a founding member of the American Fair Credit Council (AFCC) and helps to promote legislation that ensures industry regulations and transparency. Visit the company’s website to learn more about Freedom Debt Relief.

About BestCompany.com

BestCompany.com ranks and reviews companies across hundreds of different industries. Unlike many other review sites, companies listed on BestCompany.com cannot buy their position, nor is a company’s ranking manipulated or inflated by BestCompany.com for financial gain. Instead, a company’s ranking is based on BestCompany.com’s proprietary Best Rank algorithm, which is powered by verified customer reviews and an objective set of ranking criteria. For more information on how BestCompany.com scores and ranks companies, please visit the How We Rank page.

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