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Hello folks, and thank you for joining me for another episode of the ADR-NOW! Internet Radio Show.  I am your host, Anthony Johnson.

In this episode, we will explore the intricacies of consumer debt and how to effectively negotiate with a debt collector on a presumed debt.  Our new Consumer Debt Negotiation Training Manual is designed to assist you as a DIY guide to consumer debt negotiation.  Lenders have written off over $3.2 trillion of consumer debt of all type since September 2007, according to Mark Zandi, chief economist of Moody's Analytics.  That figure has risen since that time.

Also, more than 450 debt buyers have scooped up more than $100 billion in distressed loans last year, according to the latest estimates by Kaulkin Ginsburg,  a debt-collection industry advisor.

Folks, there is a lot of debt to be collected and the debt collectors are coming!  You need to know how to beat back the collection activity and learn how to negotiate effectively with the debt collector when he/she calls.  Most times, the debt probably isn't yours, or the debt collector will not have the appropriate documentation to confirm the debt.  We will train you how to recognize these and other characteristics to ensure you are not a victim in this consumer debt crisis.

If you have been repeatedly phoned by a debt collector, have received communication from a debt collector via mail in regards to a debt, or you just want to be proactive in your debt situation, you must tune in!

NOTE: The Consumer Debt Negotiation Training Manual is a spin-off of the book, "A Debtor's Burden," about the unconscionable practices of debt collection companies.  It is available at www.amazon.com, e-Book, and www.createspace.com, in print.

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