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Raleigh, N.C., May 23, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- More than half of Americans do not have enough money in savings to cover $500 in unexpected expenses, such as car repairs or medical bills. This financial stress is causing disruption and lost productivity in the workplace. To help the region’s employers better support employees during such emergencies, Consumer Education Services Inc. (CESI) is launching the Community Loan Center of the NC Triangle (CLC), to provide companies with a comprehensive financial wellness program for workers. The benefit, available at no cost to businesses, provides workers with access to both short-term, small-dollar loans and one-on-one individualized and confidential financial and credit counseling services to help address long-term financial issues.

Through the CLC, employees at participating companies will be eligible for low-interest rate loans up to $1,000 to help cover unexpected costs. Employees have 12 months to repay the loan, with interest, through a simple payroll deduction. No credit check or collateral is required. Loan repayment will be reported to national credit bureaus, providing borrowers the opportunity to build their credit file quickly.

Has anyone had a phone call from a group called Affiliated Financial Services?

They claim to be able to reduce my interest rate on my credit card by a one time payment of $995. It sounds like fraud to me, but I need a little bit of guidance. Help?