The Emancipation Network is a non-profit organization designed to help people get free from financial bondage and build a successful life on the foundations of faith, family, and financial freedom.
Our roots go back to the Savings and Loan Crisis of the late 1980’s, when we brought together a group of crisis veterans and began to reach out individually to those in financial distress. Since that time we have used the System of Debt Relief to help over a thousand individuals on a pro bono basis. We also used the same principles to help clients work through over a billion dollars in problem debts.
In recent years we have seen a disturbing increase in the number of people trapped in financial bondage. For example, people with good credit for buying a car have decreased from 70% to 30% of new car buyers. The housing crisis has left many people in underwater home loans and more and more young people cannot earn enough to pay their student loans. At the same time Congress has reduced bankruptcy protection available to wage earners and students. Add in a dismal employment climate, and many have become slaves to The Money System.
We say enough is enough. So, through the Internet, we’re making our System of Debt Relief available to everyone to set people free and help them get back on the path to a successful life.
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System of Debt Relief
by Emancipation Network
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Published on July 30, 2012 by
Brian Paul Ongaku.
Don’t Suffer in Silence
If you are like most people, a money problem can be so personal and so devastating that you feel like you must keep it hidden from your family and friends. Fear of being branded a failure and becoming a social outcast throws a dark shadow over your life. Even places which should offer a helping hand, like your church, may instead offer condemnation and guilt.
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