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National Mortgage Professional
Apr 30, 2008

Cambridge Credit offers free financial literacy Webisodes to help Americans in trying financial timesMortgagePress.comLearn Now or Pay Later, credit and debt issues, budgeting, identity theft Expands its online financial literacy programs In an effort to broaden the reach of its educational programs, Cambridge Credit Counseling Corporation has begun offering free video broadcasts of Webisodes from its Learn Now or Pay Later financial literacy series. The first installment of the series has been posted on Cambridge's YouTube page, which can be accessed by visiting Each Webisode offers advice to consumers dealing with basic credit and debt issues, knowledge of which have become increasingly important as the nation's economy continues to slow. "Social networking sites have a great potential to help create a more financially literate society," notes Christopher Viale, president of Cambridge Credit Counseling Corporation. "In light of the critical concerns facing consumers these days, this series is a perfect resource for individuals who need practical advice they can immediately incorporate in their financial plan." Cambridge's Learn Now or Pay Later Webisodes will be posted weekly, with the first installments concerning topics such as credit reports and scores, budgeting, identity theft, and dealing with bill collectors. Consumers are encouraged to subscribe to the series, which is free, so they may receive notification of the latest posts as they are made available. For more information, visit
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