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FINANCIAL BAILOUT FOR WOMEN; NEW ORGANIZATION RESCUES WOMEN FROM ECONOMIC CRISIS

FINANCIAL BAILOUT FOR WOMEN; NEW ORGANIZATION RESCUES WOMEN FROM ECONOMIC CRISIS

Southfield, MI - On February 18, 2009, President Obama activated a $787 billion economic-stimulus package to help struggling Americans - one of the biggest economic-rescue efforts in U.S. history. He also established the White House Office of Urban Affairs "to bring long-overdue attention to the urban areas."

The plan, designed to help American families, will especially benefit the women in this country. Millions of women are more than $10,000 in debt, are homeowners struggling to pay their monthly mortgage payments, and are single mothers who are not receiving child support.

In harmony with President Obama's stimulus package, Choice Credit Group - a woman-owned firm in the Detroit area - has launched an exclusive "Bailout For Women" program that helps women reduce or eliminate their financial debt through debt settlement.

The program is the first of its kind, and is already helping thousands of women alleviate their debt from major credit cards, medical bills, phone bills, payday loans, and more.

For more details, interested ones should visit:
www.BailoutForWomen.com


 



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