I’ve just received word from Thomas Hinton, President of the non-profit American Consumer Council, that they have selected CFS2 as the recipient of their 2013 Friend of the Consumer Award. Here’s what he said:
“The American Consumer Council is pleased to recognize CSF2 with its 2013 Friend of the Consumer Award for its commitment to helping a large segment of consumers get back on their feet through employment assistance and debt negotiation services. As a financial recovery company, CSF2 is offering valued services that millions of consumers desperately need as we emerge from one of the longest recessions in our nation’s history.”
Here’s the strange thing. While I’m grateful and my team certainly deserves to be recognized, my overwhelming feeling is one of frustration. Specifically, frustration that we’re not touching enough lives quickly enough. We can do even more …and we will.