Who We Are: About Freedom Debt Relief
Freedom Debt Relief, a subsidiary of Freedom Financial Network, LLC, is a group of about 1,000 employees strong and growing – known internally as “The Freedom Family”. We are energetic, smart & compassionate – but most importantly we are advocates who are all about helping our customers through a tough financial time in their lives. We were founded in 2002 by Stanford Business School graduates Andrew Housser and Brad Stroh and since then we have built the best management team in the industry. Freedom works out of two primary offices in San Mateo, CA and Phoenix, AZ. Our customers, 100,000 and growing, are spread widely across the United States. Since our founding, we have negotiated over $4 Billion in debt for our clients.
What We Do
We are credit advocates who help people improve their financial well-being. This might mean helping consumers resolve unsecured debt or it might mean conducting financial consultations, educating the consumer and recommending the appropriate solution. Our core services offer an alternative to bankruptcy, credit counseling, and debt consolidation. We approach the business from the human perspective and represent the consumer exclusively (not the banks or other agendas) – we become your number one advocate helping you re-establish solid financial footing as quickly as possible. We never collect fees for our consultations or education and we will only earn a fee after you start seeing results.
Freedom Debt Relief is an accredited member of the American Fair Credit Council (AFCC). This company has demonstrated the required business practices and standards required by the AFCC to display the AFCC seal. To find out more about AFCC, please e-mail us at email@example.com .
Code of Conduct
As a member of the AFCC, Freedom Debt Relief has agreed to comply with our Code of Conduct , which requires, among other things, that the company will not charge you any fees until after they have resolved debt for you. If you believe that Freedom Debt Relief is not complying with this, or any other aspect of our Code of Conduct , please let us know by visiting our Complaints page.