A Message from President & CEO Jim Triggs

First things first – everyone here at MMI is wishing you the very best of health and safety at this difficult time.

Beyond the threat of illness, this pandemic is creating incredible emotional strain and financial worry. We understand how frightening and uncertain life seems right now as our country takes unprecedented action to respond.

MMI is here to serve as an ally, an advocate, and a resource for those impacted by this disaster. We’ve taken proactive steps to keep our team members safe, so we can keep supporting you throughout the months ahead. We’re also in continual communication with creditors to discuss hardship and recovery options for debt management plan (DMP) clients and will share those details as they become available. In the meantime, please take note of these resources:

  • MyMMI – Manage your DMP, including upcoming deposits, online and through your mobile device 24/7.
  • MoneyManagement.org/Coronavirus – Read regular updates and FAQs as circumstances change.
  • Success NewsletterSign up now, as upcoming editions will feature useful tips on creating income and stretching your budget during the pandemic.

I also highly recommend that you take the safety measures recommended by the CDC.

We’re all hopeful for a best case scenario, but no matter how disruptive things become, MMI will absolutely be here for you should you need us. We’ll get through this together.

Best regards,

Jim Triggs
President & CEO
Money Management International

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