American Association of Debt Management Organizations
AADMO is the credit counseling and debt management industry’s largest trade association with nearly 150 members nationwide. It is an industry education and advocacy organization whose mission is to promote and ensure the continued operation and viability of credit counseling and debt management organizations. AADMO provides its members and the consumer public with information about the credit and debt counseling industry. AADMO members are debt management organizations, consumer counselors, personal finance educators, credit and debt information publishers, debt pooling organizations, debt negotiators, debt adjusters, credit counselors, consumer lawyers and many others.
The information that you receive from AADMO is the most up to date information available to help boost your bottom line. Our newsletter gives you important and timely information on what’s happening with creditors, the IRS treatment of non-profits, FTC, small business regulation, credit reporting, the states, consumer credit protection laws and debt collection practices.
“Your Fair Share”, the AADMO newsletter, gives you information about the most important marketing and advertising techniques, growing your organization, customer benefits, changes and advancements in technology, and strategic analyses of the issues that are most important to your bottom line.
While the AADMO State Law Guide is a handy reference tool, it is not legal advice and may or may not have the latest changes to your state’s law, statute, regulation or court decisions. If you seek legal advice, you should discuss your specific operations with a lawyer or other qualified legal professional.
The center point of our government affairs program is active involvement by our members. The AADMO grassroots network helps to take an active role in the development and formulation of policies that protect the functioning of the debt management industry, the consumers the industry serves and the strong economic foundation of our nation.
The AADMO Hotline is anonymous and everyone shares in the answer(s). The question is sent by AADMO and all responses are received by AADMO. We then consolidate all the responses without disclosing the origin of the question or the answers and send them in a single e-mail to the organization that posed the question and to all AADMO members.
Due to antitrust and other laws, questions must not be about pricing or other competitive information. AADMO reserves the right to reject any question to the AADMO Hotline if it is deemed objectionable, inappropriate, or anti-competitive.
In addition to AADMO’s conferences, conventions and exhibit programs, you and your organization can also participate in comprehensive training programs incorporating videos, manuals, and other state-of-the-art training aids. CLICK HERE to view conference scheduling.
This publication is not a substitute for legal advice nor an endorsement of any individual, company, program or organization referenced herein directly or by internet link.