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We appreciate that you trust us to help you with your financial problems. We know it can be hard for you and your family. Our goal is the same as yours: to help you become debt-free and get your finances back on track. It might take time, but our experienced team is here to help you get rid of your credit card and other debts.
During the process, it's important to communicate well with us. We'll review your accounts and create a plan that fits your specific needs. We'll keep you up-to-date on your account, any changes, and offers we receive from your creditors.

Your debt relief options.

Pay off your debt in less time with more savings.

Put simply, it’s an agreement between you and your creditors to resolve the debt for less than you owe. It’s an aggressive, highly effective approach to lowering or eliminating unsecured debt. It involves re-directing monthly payments to a special purpose account while a team of specialists negotiates new terms with your creditors. Once new terms have been agreed upon, the funds you’ve saved will be sent to your creditor as payment. Often times, strong relationships with banks and credit card companies allow companies like Complete Debt Relief to settle debts for significantly less than the borrower owed.
Debt consolidation is the process of combining multiple debts into single debt. This reorganization is helpful for those who struggle making multiple payments. If you have good credit and you’re able to qualify, a Debt Consolidation Loan is worth considering. A debt consolidation loan allows a borrower to combine multiple high interest debts into single lower payment. Consolidation loans typically have lower interest rates than credit cards, which will save money over time. These loans work well for people who are disciplined and able to pay off high interest credit cards immediately.
Credit counseling is when you meet with a counselor who offers suggestions on improving your finances. They typically analyze your income and debts and give advice on budgeting help. Credit counseling programs usually take 3-5 years to complete, and are worth considering for those who have smaller debt amounts. Credit counselors can also recommend debt management programs which can lower your interest rates, but they don’t offer the opportunity to reduce your principal balances.
Bankruptcy is the most drastic measure and will have the largest impact on your financial future. We recommend you do not consider bankruptcy unless you’re facing serious financial hardship and have little to no source of income. Chapter 7 and chapter 13 are the most common forms of bankruptcy for the average consumer. If you have questions about bankruptcy or are considering it as an option, we advise you to speak to an experienced bankruptcy attorney licensed in your state.

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Whether you’ve already missed payments to your creditors or not, debt settlement programs could potentially harm your credit score, depending on your personal circumstances. As credit repair services are regulated separately, we do not offer advice on improving your credit or provide such services.

You won’t be charged any fees until you approve the resolution agreement and your debts are settled. You won’t have to pay any sign-up or cancellation fees, and you’re not under any obligation to proceed. After the debts have been settled, the average client generally pays a fee of 15-25% of the total debt enrolled as part of their monthly payment. If we’re unable to settle your accounts, you won’t be charged anything. It’s straightforward.

Debt relief involves lowering your outstanding balance. Through negotiation, your debt is reduced, and you end up paying less than what you originally owed. The creditor forgives the remaining amount in a process known as a settlement. On the other hand, debt consolidation involves consolidating all your debt into a single loan, which comes with a single monthly payment, often at a reduced interest rate. To qualify for debt consolidation, a higher credit score is generally required.

A friendly debt specialist will inform you of all the options available to you and the pros and cons of each. This will assist you in determining the best course of action for you.


Warning: Getting rid of debt and financial stress could lead to saving money and peace of mind. 😉