Freedom Financial International & Freedom Financial Group announce partnership to eliminate debt.

Dec. 8, 2006 – In the US alone there are over 125 million people in debt and that number continues to rise. The majority of them are $50,000 or more in debt including their mortgages, car loans, credit cards & student loans. Every one of them face the prospect of paying off their debt over the course of 30+ years at an average interest cost of $150,000 or more.

Freedom Financial International (FFII) is a debt restructuring company that has been around for 20+ years and has over 50,000 satisfied customers. FFII has established strategic partnerships with M&I bank, Metavante, Prime Lending amongst others back by $45 billion in assets. FFII seeks to assist all those with substantial debt to pay it all off in 6-12 years. This can include a 30 year mortgage, all with no or little out of pocket costs.

By utilizing FFII’s proprietary PayAccel software, they are able to employ one of 8 different debt elimination products to ensure that clients become debt free. Clients are given a customized plan by which debts are to be paid—showing an average savings of $150,000 in interest and being able to pay off everything up to 30 years earlier. Additionally , the plan then helps clients build their wealth once the debt is paid off.

When asked about the usefulness of the program, Agent and client, Mathew Butka says, “It’s really a no-brainer. I became a client first, then an agent. My plan will be saving me over $200,000 in interest and I will have my debts paid off in less than 10 years, including my mortgage. What a liberating feeling!”

FFII has hit a massive growth spurt and is looking to establish a national presence. They have created a marketing arm called Freedom Financial Group (FFG) and are looking for 20,000 additional agents in the next 2 years to help take care of the influx of new clients. Once this goal is reached, they will begin work in Canada and Australia.

“We are looking for leaders, self-starters and entrepreneurs not afraid to succeed,” says Mathew. “Once we have found our leaders, then we will focus on client acquisition.”
FFG offers a generous compensation plan which can include up to 70% commissions, physical office allowance and profit sharing.

For more information about the FFG’s client services or for more information on becoming an FFG agent, please contact Mathew Butka at 603-817-3739 or via email at: .

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