At Need Credit Launching At South Carolina Mid-Winter Conference
At Need Credit www.atneedcredit.com announces its launch at the South Carolina Funeral Directors Association Mid-Winter Conference & Expo in Columbia SC on February 3, 2014.
Based in Mt. Pleasant, SC, At Need Credit provides funeral homes with the ability to offer their families with no pre-need, little to no life insurance, limited credit card balances or cash at need payment plans using their unique “Waterfall of Payment Plans”. There are payment plans for funeral consumers who have; excellent, poor, or no credit, no family will be turned down. Funeral homes now have the option to offer families an additional tool to pay for their loved ones funeral goods and services with simple application processes and providing a quick response. At Need Credit has been developed and is owned and operated by funeral professionals. As a result of their experience identified the need for funeral homes to increase cash flow and revenue, reducing accounts receivable and in so doing, ensuring the financial stability of funeral home operations.
Welcomed by both funeral homes and families alike, At Need Credit offers a bridge between funeral home revenue requirements and the family’s financial posture making funeral decisions. For more information, visit www.atneedcredit.com and follow them on twitter @atneedcredit.
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