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Bankruptcy/Debt Consolidation

Hard Financial Times Mean More People Need Representation

The COVID-19 pandemic and nationwide shutdowns, as well as other recent factors, have left more and more businesses and individuals struggling financially. Many do not know the benefits that filing for Chapter 7, 11 or 13 bankruptcy can bring.

When you choose CAMG to run your campaign, you can help educate potential clients about how they can take advantage of bankruptcy and debt consolidation options to help them get back on their feet.

CAMG delivers the full spectrum of online and offline marketing for your Bankruptcy campaign. Our exclusive TV infomercial is a powerful tool to provide in-depth information about the intricate bankruptcy process and how your firm can help both individuals and businesses.

CAMG’s Comprehensive 360-Degree Approach includes:

  • TV: Infomercials, Short-Form Commercials
  • Radio
  • Digital: SEM, Paid Social
  • Print
  • Out-of-Home
  • Streaming, OTT

Now Is the Time

Now is the best time for CAMG to help you reach potential clients in your area. A powerful commercial combined with our strategic media buying will provide you with a consistent stream of new clients.

In addition, we provide various law firm services including call center, contract processing and records retrieval.

If you’re ready to launch your Bankruptcy/Debt Consolidation campaign, call CAMG to help you get your message out quickly and efficiently.


CAMG has thousands of spots and infomercials that can be branded for your firm. Reach out to us for the latest creative offline and online examples*.
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