Student Loans & Credit Card Debt Reductions


On Monday, hubby and I attended Malik’s Talent Show at Bowie State University as he kicked off his campaign run for “Mr. Bowie State University”.  We had also been there just a few days earlier for his Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Probate Show.  As I stood outdoors in the cold watching my “bald head” son step, it took me back to the day he was born on 2/1/96, however, he came into this world with a full head of hair.




If Malik is fortunate enough to win the title of Mr. Bowie State University, one of the many benefits will be free tuition for a year, which would be a great relief to his father and myself.  From the time of his birth to the day he received his acceptance letter to Bowie State University we always knew that there would be college expenses, however, we never totally prepared for when that day actually came.



As a parent of a student in college, I know how important it is to find ways in which to reduce some of that debt especially when he’s not getting a full ride scholarship and Nationwide Debt Reduction Services is just one of those ways in which could have helped.



The Nationwide Debt Reduction Services Scholarship was created to help students avoid racking up massive amounts of debt in order to obtain their desired degree. All high school seniors who have been selected to attend a college or university and current college students are encouraged to apply. To enter for a chance to receive this $1000 scholarship you just have to write a short 500-word essay.


High School students interested in applying for the $1000 Nationwide Debt Reduction Services Scholarship are required to write a 500-word essay on the following topic: “What is one money tip that you learned that you feel will help you become financially stable after graduation”?



However, what if you don’t have college debt, yet find yourself with excess credit card debt, you can also use the services of Nationwide Debt Reduction Services as well.



Are you struggling with credit card debt?


You are not alone. Millions of Americans are dealing with high credit card interest rates, unstable employment and fear of the unknown. It is best to know your options as you focus on resolving your credit card problems.


According to a 2017 NerdWallet Credit Card Debt Study; Americans’ credit card balances continue to climb, many blame their own debt on unnecessary spending. That’s actually good news: It means they can take steps to stop buying, pay down their balances and cut their interest costs.


So if you are ready to get started, click this link to get started with Nationwide Debt Reduction Services where you will have an opportunity to work with a trained debt relief expert who will give you a free, no-obligation consultation. Their team can help you review your debt situation to see if you qualify for debt relief.  

Don’t wait – get started today!

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