Need Help to Pay Bills?
One of the worst things about struggling with debts is when you need help to pay bills, like groceries, insurance, or utilities. It's this sense of frustration and fear that drives many people to seek debt management options.
But beware of debt help options that could actually land you deeper in debt, hurt your credit, or cause you legal problems. The fact is, there are legal debt relief options that you can choose from.
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Debt management through credit counseling is a popular program that allows many individuals to get on a more manageable payment plan they can afford, and actually get out of debt faster, since under debt management credit card companies typically agree to reduce your interest rates, sometimes dramatically.
Another form of legal debt relief is debt settlement whereby credit card companies may agree to "forgive" or settle your debt for substantially less than you actually owe. How much could you save with debt settlement? Everyone' situation is unique, but an interesting point to consider is that credit card companies may only receive ten cents on the dollar from a debt collection agency if they decide to "sell off" what is termed as "bad debt" or accounts in default -- so they may be willing to accept a reasonable settlement offer made on your behalf, depending on your financial situation.
To see how much you could save and to get a free debt relief analysis and savings estimate - take a moment to answer a few questions so we can better understand your situation and connect you to a debt relief provider for assistance.