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Aaron Sarentino

Aaron oversees executive, administrative and management functions for the firm. Aaron has a Bachelors in Business Administration from Pepperdine University. He is responsible for helping customers at every stage of the debt settlement process and focused on building loyalty to ensure long-term client retention by addressing customer issues. Aaron plays a pivotal role in the upliftment of the Americor team to ensure the best possible customer experience for clients.


How To Help Someone With Debt (Follow These Simple Steps)

Updated Apr 02, 2024
By Aaron Sarentino
How To Help Someone With Debt (Follow These Simple Steps)

It’s hard to see someone you care about under stress from drowning in debt and the urge to step in is natural. Whether it's a friend, family member, or loved one, offering support...

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Can You Buy A House After Debt Settlement?

Updated Mar 20, 2024
By Aaron Sarentino
Can You Buy A House After Debt Settlement?

If you recently settled your debts or are in the process of going through debt settlement, you may be wondering, “Can I buy a house after debt settlement?” And the answer is a resounding...

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How To Manage Debt During Retirement: Follow These Simple Strategies

Updated Mar 07, 2024
By Aaron Sarentino
How To Manage Debt During Retirement: Follow These Simple Strategies

There are various reasons why retirees may have debt in their golden years. Some incurred debt during their working years and were unable to pay it off before retirement, while others...

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Why Working With Debt Negotiators Can Be A Smart Move

Updated Feb 29, 2024
By Aaron Sarentino
Why Working With Debt Negotiators Can Be A Smart Move

Debt negotiators work on your behalf to communicate and negotiate with your creditors, aiming to reduce the total amount you owe and restructure your payment terms so they...

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How To Rebuild Your Credit Score By Following These Simple Steps

Updated Feb 14, 2024
By Aaron Sarentino
How To Rebuild Your Credit Score By Following These Simple Steps

Having a strong credit score is vital for securing a sound financial future. This score is used by lenders to evaluate your dependability as a borrower and to determine the terms of...

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Debt And Disability: Financial Resources For People With Disabilities

Updated Feb 07, 2024
By Aaron Sarentino
Debt And Disability: Financial Resources For People With Disabilities

Navigating financial challenges can be daunting for individuals with disabilities, and this article provides various financial resources available to people with disabilities and support for...

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What To Do If Your Partner Has Debt (Common Mistakes Revealed)

Updated Jan 30, 2024
By Aaron Sarentino
What To Do If Your Partner Has Debt (Common Mistakes Revealed)

Although money woes aren't the only reason couples fight or split up, it is often a major factor. A partner with significant debt can cause tension and strain on the relationship and...

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Are Credit Card Rewards Worth It?

Updated Jan 17, 2024
By Aaron Sarentino
Are Credit Card Rewards Worth It?

Credit card rewards and “loyalty” programs can come in many different forms such as cashback, points, miles or other incentives. These programs are designed to encourage people...

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How To Talk To Your Spouse About Debt

Updated Jan 11, 2024
By Aaron Sarentino
How To Talk To Your Spouse About Debt

Talking about debt is not exactly a fun or romantic topic, and you may feel some guilt and shame. But communicating the situation to your spouse and making a plan together to pay...

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