Debt Relief can be confusing, but it doesn’t have to be.
The general structure of most debt resolution programs is similar, but this can make it difficult to know who to trust. When it comes to choosing a debt relief program, we always encourage people to do their homework on both the company and the type of program they’re offering.
A debt relief program is not for everyone, and that’s why we take the time to understand your personal situation, and hardships. We review the good, and the bad, of a program so you can make an educated decision.
Debt resolution is the process of settling your unsecured debts for a lesser amount than what’s owed to the creditor. That’s the short version. With over $4 trillion in consumer debt in just the U.S. alone, creditors are eager to get their outstanding debts collected. The problem is, due to outrageous interest rates most of your monthly payment goes to interest, not paying down your debt.
When you make the decision to enroll in our program, one of the first steps we take to help you is reducing or eliminating all fees and interest rates. Now, your money is actually paying off the principle debt rather than the interest. And of course, your monthly program payment is designed to fit into your budget, not theirs.
A manageable monthly payment.
While enrolled in our program you’ll make a single, monthly payment into an FDIC insured debt savings account. This payment amount is designed to help you save money every month, while still paying off your debt. Our certified debt consultants review each candidate’s situation to determine a payment that you can afford. The best part? No interest rates or extra fees.
Our goal is to save you money monthly, and long-term. A lower monthly payment towards all of your debt frees up extra space in your budget. While a lower negotiated balance means you’re out of debt faster, and for much less than expected. That’s what we call a win-win.
One Low Monthly Payment
All of your unsecured debt paid, with a single, low monthly payment. We love helping people save money.