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Debt Settlement Inquiry

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Total unsecured debt must be $7,500 or more.

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This includes credit cards, department store cards, personal loans, cell phone bills, legal bills, medical bills, credit lines.

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This includes mortgages, auto loans & utilities.

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Debt Settlement Program

 

Debt Settlement may be right for you if you are dependent on your credit cards to help offset your monthly household expenses or if you have just fell behind and can no longer afford to pay a regular monthly payment to your creditors. If you are behind to the point that you are now dealing with a third party collection agency, or law firm settling your bills may also be an option.  Anytime your livelihood is at stake and bankruptcy is not an option than settling your bills may be appropriate.

Below are some pros and cons of a Debt Settlement program:

The Pros of Debt Settlement:

  • The monthly set-aside amount may be much more affordable.

  • An alternative to bankruptcy, which is more difficult with bankruptcy reform in place.

  • Simplifies things by giving one simple payment each month, and a timeline to have your bills paid off.

  • Affords you professional representation during a critical financial period in your life. (Not legal advice or representation)

The Cons of Debt Settlement:

  • You might have to experience normal creditor collection activity with delinquency. No company will have the legal authority to prevent all creditor calls.

  • Creditors may refuse to settle debts. Every situation is different and no company can guarantee that all creditors will agree to negotiate and/or settle.

  • If you do not make required minimum payments to your creditor you may be breaking the terms of your agreement with them and your actions will probably be reported to consumer reporting agencies as late, delinquent, charged-off or past due balances.

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