The Minimizer Programs
The average American household has:
• $15,000 in credit card debt
• $147,000 in mortgage debt
• $31,000 per person in student loan debt
These debts don’t just add up to financial figures: they create a physical and emotional burden on the lives of the individuals who carry them. Through his company, Dan and his colleagues offer customers easy, dependable tools to help them get out of debt faster.
Interest Minimizer, Term Minimizer, and the Loan Audit Shield are the superheroes and protection that all Americans can have on their team through NBA. With their superpowers and super strengths, these superheroes form a dream team of debt eliminators.
Meet the Superheroes:
With the unparalleled ability to minimize interest to put Americans back in control of their debt, Interest Minimizer vows to use his power and knowledge to help everyday Americans. Unyielding in the struggle against debt, Interest Minimizer’s programs enable individuals to take back the power over their finances and interest payments. With the Interest Minimizer program, a simple adjustment to an automated biweekly payment schedule can save a single family tens of thousands of dollars over time.
Equipped with the superpower of speed, Term Minimizer fights excessive debt and interest. Term Minimizer helps individuals stay ahead of debt and pay off loans, credit cards and mortgages in a fraction of the time. She is a super-sonic heroine who is ready to put time back on the consumer’s side. Through Term Minimizer’s programs, software tools help customers understand the impact of each financial decision they make and guides individuals to make the best choices to pay off loans and debt as quickly as possible.
Loan Audit Shield:
Consumers everywhere can take their financial standing into their own hands with the loan audit shield. An exclusive offer from NBA, the loan audit shield is a free annual audit that ensures every Interest Minimizer member is receiving full credit from mortgage companies on mortgage payments. This includes ensuring that interest savings are being calculated correctly—an error NBA found in more than one out of every three audits it completed.