Debt Management and Debt Help


Welcome to /r/Debt!

This subreddit is a place to discuss debt-related issues, debt management, debt crisis. Don't feel like you're alone when it comes to being in debt, find people that are in a similar situation as well as seeking helpful advice regarding your debt issues.

Read the /r/Debt Wiki

Subreddit Rules

  • Here, please treat others with respect, stay on-topic, and avoid self-promotion.

  • Affiliate links, blog spamming, or spamming in general will not be tolerated. Your comment or submission will be removed without notice and you may be banned. Please be vigilant and report spam to moderators by using the


  • Be civil at all times.

  • While the mission of /r/Debt and /r/personalfinance are closely related, general finance questions unrelated to debt should be directed to /r/personalfinance.

  • Matters requiring monetary or other direct assistance should be directed to /r/Assistance or another need-based subreddit.

  • To debt relief companies, credit relief companies, and other businesses: /r/Debt is a place for discussion and community. If you would like to participate in the community, please follow the rules. Spamming will not be tolerated. This is not a place to advertise your product.

Related Subreddits

  • /r/AlmostHomeless
  • /r/Assistance
  • /r/EatCheapAndHealthy
  • /r/Frugal
  • /r/MealPrepSunday
  • /r/PersonalFinance
  • /r/StudentLoans

Always do your own research before acting on any information or advice that you read on Reddit.

The most common phrases the members use:

medical debt
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tell them
credit report

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