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Debt Relief Solutions

by admin May 10, 2010

Which Debt Relief Solution Makes Sense for You?  Debt Settlement vs. Debt Consolidation Debt settlement offers the ability to eliminate your unsecured debt.  Consolidation loans will consolidate debt, which will lower the interest and monthly payments, but with debt consolidation no debt is forgiven.  However, both debt solutions will have various consequences on your credit score and future financial options. Before choosing either debt relief solution, get educated and consider the benefits and risks before choosing. The Benefits Of

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Debt Settlement Solution or Scam?

by admin February 1, 2010

Question: Dear Financial Adviser, I have a handful of credit cards that total about $23,000 in credit card debt.  Until recently, I have always paid my bills on time. Just recently, I received a letter from a debt relief company. I placed a phone call to them and they said I likely qualify for a “debt settlement program,” but I wasn’t sure if this was a good solution for my debt or a scam. I’m not sure if this kind of debt relief is in my best interest. I own a home, but I do not have any equity in my home to use for debt consolidation. 

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US Debt Relief Firm Goes Online

by admin November 22, 2009
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The US Debt Relief Firm announced a new website for consumer debt relief.  The law firm specializes in debt settlement, loan modifications and debt reduction services.  The Obama administration had extended billions of dollars to credit card companies to clean up their delinquent  accounts.  So if you owe more than $10,000 in credit card debt, take advantage of the debt relief that enables a portion of your outstanding balance to be forgiven.  Save thousands of dollars now and take the initiative to consider credit card debt settlement negotiated by an experieinced law firm.

Debt consolidation loans are almost impossible to find in today’s credit market, so alternative financing continues to grow in popularity.  Debt settlement, consumer counseling and bankruptcy have become the primary options for consumers who can’t qualify for bill consolidation or traditional cash out refinancing that so many Americans had used for consolidating credit card debt in years past.  Debt settlement puts the consumer in control of the debt quickly and effectively.

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January 19, 2011

When the American real estate market crashed in 2006, so did the second mortgage financing that enabled homeowners to make credit card problems disappear. Unfortunately with no equity, lenders were not interested in offering debt consolidation home loans.  With no equity, there was no collateral so the home equity loan programs disappeared and debt relief [...]

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May 10, 2010

Which Debt Relief Solution Makes Sense for You?  Debt Settlement vs. Debt Consolidation Debt settlement offers the ability to eliminate your unsecured debt.  Consolidation loans will consolidate debt, which will lower the interest and monthly payments, but with debt consolidation no debt is forgiven.  However, both debt solutions will have various consequences on your credit score and future financial options. [...]

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February 23, 2010

Do you have at least $10,000 of unsecured debt?  Do you have credit card debt that keeps escalating each months because the minimum payments only goes towards the interest on the debt. Debt relief can be a great solution for unsecured debt reduction. • Reduce credit card rates and • Eliminate late fees • Lower [...]

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February 1, 2010

Question: Dear Financial Adviser, I have a handful of credit cards that total about $23,000 in credit card debt.  Until recently, I have always paid my bills on time. Just recently, I received a letter from a debt relief company. I placed a phone call to them and they said I likely qualify for a [...]

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