About Freedom Debt Relief

Our company began in 2002 with a mission to put consumers first and bridge the gap in how major financial institutions serve everyday people. We wanted to help people get through tough financial times by offering an alternative to credit counseling, debt consolidation, and bankruptcy.

To do this, Freedom Debt Relief (FDR) offers a free debt consultation where consumers receive a financial assessment, learn about several debt relief options available in the industry aside from debt settlement, and make an informed decision if our program is right for them. Freedom Debt Relief has successfully settled over $16 billion in consumer debt — more debt than any other company in the United States.

By hiring the best professionals in the industry and continually innovating our services, FDR can help more consumers. Our twenty years in business brings deep relationships with creditors, ultimately helping deliver the best results for clients. We currently employ about 2,700 professionals across the country who are dedicated to helping our clients resolve their debt and get on the path to a better financial future.

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 info@americanfaircreditcouncil.org.

Awards and Accolades

  • AFCC Accredited Member
  • BSI Group Certification
Our Accredited Members are Certified in Operational Best Practices for Debt Settlement Providers by the Prestigious British Standards Institute.
Code of Conduct

Freedom Debt Relief is an Accredited Member of the American Fair Credit Council (AFCC) and agrees to its code of conduct and demonstrates the required business practices and standards required by the AFCC to display the AFCC seal. 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.