According to TransUnion, credit card debt in America has reached 90.6 billion dollars in the fourth quarter of 2022. That’s 18.5% higher than the year prior. With average credit card interest rates at 23.77 percent, according to a recent Forbes report, it’s easy to see why many Texans are struggling to pay $30,000 to $100,000 or more of credit card debt.

If you are someone you know who needs relief from high-interest credit card debt or personal loans, Tim Wilkins with the Texas-based company Debt Redemption – Texas Debt Relief is here with solutions.

How did this debt happen?

“Right now, Americans have the highest credit card debt ever in history.”

What solutions are available for Texans struggling with $30,000 or more of credit card debt?

“Debt consolidation loans can fix problems if the interest rate is low.”

Why should Texans avoid out-of-state debt relief companies?

“Some of these debt relief ads on the internet are just lead generators that sell your information to the highest bidder. Also, many out-of-state debt relief competitors charge higher fees. Our Texas Debt Relief program often has 40% lower fees than these out-of-state companies.”

“That’s huge savings. And it’s important that our viewers know Debt Redemption – Texas Debt Relief serves Texans exclusively, is 100% veteran-owned, accredited, and Rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau, and has been serving Texans for 20 years.”

How can someone struggling with $30,000 to $100,000 or more of credit card debt get ahead of you?

“Go to the Better Business Bureau and read our reviews, there’s a link on our website, then call for a free consultation with one of our Texas Debt Specialists. We’ll learn more about your situation and discuss options to save you money. Call 800-971-4060 or visit

If you are struggling with $30,000 to $100,000 or more of credit card debt or personal loans, call 800-971-4060 or visit for a free no-obligation consultation. Ask about their lowest-fee guarantee.

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