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Midland Credit Management (MCM) wants to find solutions that meet both our needs and the consumer’s needs. You can log in to your account to see what options are available today.
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If you are unable to login, or would like to speak to an Account Manager, please call (800) 296-2657
Our highly skilled Account Managers can also develop and present innovative payment options to accommodate individual circumstances. Payment options will be discussed with the consumer in plain and simple language. Depending on your individual situation and account details you may even qualify for a discount.
At MCM we understand times are tough and not everyone is able to pay right away. We have found a number of key tools that we find helpful for many of our consumers. By answering these simple questions, we will show you some key resources to help you on your journey to repayment. Please note that although this communication is from a debt collector, we are unable to link your responses to your account.
To help you find the best tools for you, we need to know more about your situation.
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It is important that our customers are aware of the tools available to help you create your own roadmap to recovery. Though there are many sources for assistance, we have compiled a small list of sites to help you on your journey.
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*Please understand that this is a communication from a debt collector. This is an attempt to collect a debt. Any information obtained will be used for that purpose.