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Your state requires that additional documentation be signed. Luckily, you can sign those documents online. The following is a simple, three-step process to create an online account, connect your DMP to that account, and sign the required paperwork. Thank you so much for addressing this time-sensitive matter.
1. Go to MoneyManagement.org/Registration
2. Enter information in the fields that appear
2a. Enter your first name
2b. Enter your last name
2c. Enter your email address
2d. Select your username
2e. Create a password
3. Click Next Step
4. Create three security questions
5. Click Create Account
1. Click the button labeled "Activate my Debt Management Plan"
(Please note: your DMP is already active, this process simply connects
your active DMP to your new MyMMI account)
2. Click Enter
2a. Enter the last 4 digits of the social security number
2b. Enter your new MMI Client ID# (This is your former Clearpoint ID# followed by -4)
3. Click Submit
1. Click the tab marked "Debt Management Plan"
2. Scroll to the bottom of the page
3. Once you've located the necessary document, click
4. The document will open in a new window5. Review your document
6. As you scroll down the document you will see highlighted boxes marked "Click Here to Sign" - simply click each of these boxes as they appear to sign your document.
7. Once you've finished signing your document you will see the following confirmation message:
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