American Fair Credit Council Announces 2018 Spring Conference Dates

Spring Conference to be held April 15-16 at the historic Driskill Hotel in Austin, TX

Fort Lauderdale, FL – December 21, 2017The American Fair Credit Council (AFCC) announced today it will hold its 2018 Spring Conference, April 15-16 at the historic Driskill Hotel in Austin, TX.  The conference will highlight speakers from across the debt relief and accounts receivable management industries and for two days of informative sessions and networking opportunities.

Robby Birnbaum, President of the AFCC, will open the conference on Sunday April 15th by providing a detailed legislative update on current issues impacting the debt settlement industry.  Mr. Birnbaum will share a number significant updates in the states of Wisconsin and Ohio, states where the AFCC has spent a significant amount time and effort lobbying on behalf of the industry in 2017.  Attendees will also hear from speakers across the debt relief and accounts receivable management industries who will share their insight on technology, financial services products and best practices for marketing and operational efficiency.

Robby Birnbaum, President of the American Fair Credit Council commented, “During 2017, the AFCC has been working very hard on behalf of our membership to affect change in regulatory oversight of the debt settlement industry and to open new markets, across the US, so that consumers can benefit from the option of settling their high interest credit card debts.  I look forward to sharing several significant updates with our membership, and welcoming all of our new members who will be attending the Spring conference for the first time.”

The Early Bird Discount Registration period is now open, so be sure to visit https://conference.americanfaircreditcouncil.org/ to register online and secure your room reservations at The Driskill Hotel.

About The American Fair Credit Council

The American Fair Credit Council (AFCC) is the leading association of Professional Consumer Credit Advocates.  The AFCC, and its member companies, work to represent the rights of consumers struggling with the overwhelming burden of debt.  The AFCC has developed a strict Code of Conduct centered on best practices designed to protect the rights of consumers and require member companies to follow strict regulatory guidelines for operation.  All AFCC members operate on a “No Advanced Fee Model” and never charge a fee for services until a consumer’s debt has been successfully negotiated.

Contact:

Karen Stragand – Executive Administrative Director

The American Fair Credit Council

Phone: (888) 657-8272

Website: www.americanfaircreditcouncil.org