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Fintech Startup Debt MD Launches Smart Debt Analyzer™ Tool

09:00 EST 11 Feb 2019 | Businesswire

Company aims to help people living with debt regain control of their finances

Debt MD, an online platform that connects individuals with the professional help they need to become debt-free, released its Smart Debt Analyzer™ tool today. The fintech startup, founded by CEO James Lambridis, empowers people to regain their financial freedom from credit card, medical, and student loan debts.

The Smart Debt Analyzer™ allows individuals to input information related to their credit score, income, and types of debt. The tool’s technology then instantly matches their unique financial profile with a number of personalized debt solutions to choose from.

Said CEO James Lambridis, “We know that people who live with debt are overburdened and may not know where or how to find a solution to their problem. Whether it be debt from credit card bills, medical bills, or student loans, everyone’s financial situation is unique and there is no one-size-fits-all solution for relief. We want to give people the knowledge and confidence to make the right choice when it comes to their financial future.”

Debt MD’s network of debt solution providers consists of the most reputable national lenders, credit counselors and debt settlement companies in the industry, covering all 50 states in the U.S. Over the next year, Debt MD plans to add personal bankruptcy attorneys to its growing network.

As increasing numbers of Americans are hampered by high interest debt, Debt MD aims to make their path to financial freedom as quick, transparent and stress-free as possible.

To learn more, visit www.debtmd.com.

James Lambridis
CEO, Debt MD
james.lambridis@debtmd.com
973-486-0144

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