In the past few months, we’ve seen a number of high-profile bankruptcies and personal bankruptcy cases emerge as people who have fallen behind on their credit card payments have started to tap into the web to access debt collection services.
Now, it seems like there may be a new startup that’s looking to capitalize on this trend.
Carter Childwear, which launched in March, is a collection of websites that allow you to access credit card and mortgage debt collection and payment information through the web.
These services include one that provides a “carter” or credit card number, one that has a list of potential debt collectors, and one that shows you which lenders you’re contact with.
While it’s not clear whether Carter Childwear will be available at launch or soon, it’s clear that the startup is looking to take advantage of the burgeoning debt collection market.
In an interview with The Verge, Carter Childwear cofounder and CEO Ryan Smith explained the company’s motivations for launching the service: “Our goal is to create an online platform that’s accessible to consumers and people that have a credit card.”
Smith added, “We’re really trying to use this platform to provide people with a means to access the information they need to make an informed decision about how they’re going to manage their finances.”
The site’s offerings include a contact form, a contact list, and a tool that can show you which creditor you are contact with and the information about them.
The company has a small user base and says that it’s aiming to grow by launching more sites.
The service currently has a few hundred accounts, and it has plans to expand its user base.
However, Smith told The Verge that Carter will focus on adding more “franchise” sites and will likely take over some of those operations.
The company plans to make its service available to users in the US, UK, and Canada.
In the UK, it is currently offering credit cards, mortgages, and consumer debt for free, and in Canada, it has a website where you can access its debt collection tools.
According to Smith, Carter has “always been a family-focused company,” and its primary focus has been on providing a secure and affordable way for people to manage debt.
It will also be focusing on a consumer debt collection solution.
He added that the service will not be “the next payday loan.”
“We think it’s really important to offer a service that’s secure, affordable, and transparent to the consumer,” Smith said.
As for the future of the service, Carcharell Childwear hopes to expand to other countries.
The startup plans to roll out the service to more countries in the coming months.