American Fair Credit Council Launches COVID-19 Financial Resource Center

Provides State and Federal Website Listings of Financial Assistance Programs
to Aid Consumers and Small Businesses

Fort Lauderdale, FL – April 10, 2020 – The American Fair Credit Council (AFCC) has launched a COVID-19 resource center to assist consumers impacted by the recent nationwide response to the Coronavirus pandemic. Consumers may now search for helpful resources and links to state and federal programs related to unemployment insurance, replacing health insurance coverage lost to termination and locate state and federal financial assistance for workers and small businesses impacted by the social distancing mitigation response.

The AFCC has also published a blog designed to help consumer better manage their personal finances during a time when many have lost jobs, been furloughed or seen steep reductions in salary. The blog contains detailed information about budgeting and financial management during a crisis and explains the numerous relief programs offered by creditors and mortgage companies as well as state and federal financial stimulus and relief programs.

Robby Birnbaum, President of the AFCC commented, “as our nation works in concert to stop the transmission of the Coronavirus through social distancing mitigation efforts, vulnerable consumers find themselves lacking the important resources and information required to take action to register to receive their share of the Trillions of dollars available in financial assistance. The AFCC’s COVID-19 Resource Center centralizes important information about financial assistance programs organized by state and provides expert guidance to help avoid financial stress during this unprecedented event.”

For more information, visit the American Fair Credit Council’s COVID-19 resource page at


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.


Robby Birnbaum – President

The American Fair Credit Council

Phone: (888) 657-8272