We are here to help consumers resolve their outstanding accounts. We provide financial literacy resources and other tools to help consumers.


Alliant Capital Management LLC cares about consumers. We understand that most consumers want to resolve their accounts, and we try to guide consumers toward financial success by providing insight into the credit lifecycle.

As part of our commitment to consumers, we have compiled this list of consumer resources to provide financial literacy tools from respected organizations. These tools can provide perspective for consumers and help them better understand their financial options.

Payment Options

Alliant Capital Management LLC offers consumers a variety of options for making payments on their accounts. Consumers can choose to make payments online, over-the-phone or by mail, using debit cards and checks. We invite consumers to contact our office to discuss payment plans and payment arrangements for resolving outstanding accounts. We work with consumers to find an amicable solution and providing a mix of convenient payment options to help.

Financial Literacy.Rocks

This financial literacy resource provided by Receivables Management Association International connects consumers with the knowledge necessary to make financially responsible decisions. Consumers can find important information about credit scores, budgeting, and consumer loan products like credit cards, vehicle loans and much more. These tools help consumers to better understand how financial products work including the benefits and drawbacks of each type of product.

Ask Doctor Debt

A resource for consumers that have questions about paying debts, this website offered by ACA International provides consumers with an opportunity to ask questions and have them answered by professional debt collectors. Consumers can use this resource to help better avoid problems by properly managing their finances. Planning and budgeting, tracking spending and much more is discussed in a questions and answers format.


This government resource from the Financial Literacy and Education Commission provides consumers with education on the 5 principles of money management including Earn, Save & Invest, Protect, Spend, and Borrow. By educating consumers on the 5 principles of money management their goal is to help consumers make better decisions when it comes to managing their finances.

Thomas Wilcox

Chief Compliance Officer

Phone: 716-332-6650


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