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After you've met with one of our local consultants and customized your program, you will be introduced to our customer service team and be assigned an account manager. Our team of trained negotiators then begin negotiating more favorable terms with your creditors. Your debt relief team will keep you informed with updates on your account and you will be contacted to accept settlement offers.
Should you ever have questions, we're only a call or click away. You can contact your debt relief team through call, email or SMS. Want to meet your team face to face? We'd love to get on a Skype call with you!
Our goal is to provide you with immediate payment relief and reduced overall debt balances, so you can get out of debt in less time and start focusing on the important things in life.
Price matters, especially when the goal is to save money. That's why we offer competitive fees and discounts for expedited programs.
Human connection is important. That's why we meet you in-person and you work with the same team throughout the entire term of your program.
When it comes to your finances, you need transparency. We don't like funny business and we're sure you don't either. You'll always get a straight answer from us.
Consumer debt is growing
As of October 2018, U.S. credit card debt totaled $1.037 trillion (yes, with a T), increasing 10.7% from the previous year and surpassing the record of $1.02 trillion set in 2008. source
Interest payments are stealing your savings
Americans paid $104 billion in credit card interest between August 2017 and August 2018. How much did you pay? source
Debt is getting more expensive
The majority of credit card contracts have variable interest rates tied to the prime rate. This means that your interest rates go up when the Federal Reserve hikes the rates. (This already happened 4 times in 2018 and is expected to continuing rising.) Do you have a plan for your credit cards if your rates increase? source
The future of the economy doesn't look too hot
The Fed released their "Credit Access Survey" in December 2018 and it surfaced a couple alarming trends: Both credit-card rejection rates and involuntary account closure are on the rise. One explanation for this is that credit-card issuers may see a darkening economic cloud and want to get ahead of the trend. source
In addition, the U.S. Treasury yield curve just inverted for the first time since 2007. What the heck is the yield curve, right? Simply put - it's the difference between yields (returns) on two different bonds that have the same quality but different maturity dates. Every single time the U.S. Treasury yield curves have gone negative a recession has followed soon after. Like clockwork. Even scarier? There's never been a false positive. source
Have you seen this video about minimum payments?