Debt Settlement and Debt Consolidation. Find Out What’s Right For You.
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As your debt grown over $10,000 in unsecured debt?
- Debt settlement is a debt relief program that allows you to negotiate a lump–sum settlement with your creditor.
- Debt settlement can help reduce a large portion of your debt and get your finances back on track.
- To be eligible for debt settlement, you will need to have at least $10,000 in unsecured debt.
- Negotiate a debt settlement with your creditors.
Once call us and provide the required information, a team will then work to negotiate a settlement with your creditors. This can be a long and arduous process, as it involves lots of back and forth negotiation, but it can also result in a reduced amount that you can pay and it eliminates the need to make payments month after month.
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- Generally, debt settlement programs are a form of debt relief available to those in extreme financial hardship, such as job loss, medical bills, or other unforeseen expenses.
- While debt settlement can offer a welcome relief for those struggling to keep up with payments, it can also have serious financial consequences. For example, creditors may report any forgiven debt along with the settlement amount to credit bureaus, resulting in a negative impact on an individual’s credit score.
- It’s important to consider the long–term financial impacts of debt settlement, such as the effects it may have on your credit score.
With the rising cost of living and the current state of the economy, more and more Americans are facing insurmountable amounts of debt. If you’re one of the millions of Americans who have over $10,000 or more in unsecured debt, you may be considering debt settlement as an option for reducing your debt. Debt settlement is a program that allows individuals to negotiate with creditors in order to reduce the amount of debt that they owe. In some cases, creditors may even agree to forgive a portion of the debt altogether.