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SurePath Financial Solutions (SurePath) has joined Money Management International (MMI). "We are very excited about the possibilities this merger represents," said Brenda Lopez, CEO of SurePath. "This partnership will allow us to deliver an even greater diversity of financial tools and resources to local consumers. With MMI's expanded reach and wealth of established programs and services, we’ll be able to provide more consumers with the education and support necessary to overcome their financial setbacks."
Formed in 1966, SurePath has proudly provided consumers in Ventura, Santa Cruz, and Santa Clara counties with financial education programs, debt management assistance, budget counseling, housing solutions, bankruptcy education, and financial coaching for 50 years. Together, the combined organizations will provide consumers with face-to-face financial education and counseling services at over 70 branch locations nationwide, with 24 hour a day, 7 day a week assistance available by telephone and internet. Area residents will continue to have access to in-person counseling and education services through SurePath's two existing locations.
Local branch location:
80 Wood Road, Suite 200
Camarillo, CA 93010
1210 S. Bascom Avenue, Suite 112
San Jose, CA 95128
To schedule an appointment or speak to a counselor immediately call 800.432.7310.
To speak with a support counselor about an existing SurePath debt management plan call 800.479.7117 or visit MyCCCSaccount.com.
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