How we operate for you
Tools, Templates & Forms
Our Debt Remediation Specialist will be available to answer your questions, provide on-line “Coaching” tips and suggestions!
You Elect To Do It Yourself
We provide you with the for the notices, templates & form letters and follow-up letters to send to the alleged debt collectors.
Full Debt Remediation Service
We manage it all for you.
Areas of expertise
Debt Settlement is a way of legally requiring the alleged debt collector to produce key documents including evidence such as: 1.) contracts, 2.) original promissory notes, 3.) debt purchase and sales agreements, 4.) original, genuine, free from forgery debt instruments containing your wet ink signature, that prove the alleged debt collectors’ claim that you owe them any money at all. You, or a representative negotiating for you, makes an offer to your “alleged” creditor to settle the debt for less than what is owed.
Bankruptcy is one of the most feared word in the financial dictionary. It also might be the only way out of trouble for people drowning in debt. If you tried debt settlement and debt consolidation, and neither is able to eliminate your debt in less than five (5) years, bankruptcy is one alternative. In fact, if you’ve deemed your situation “hopeless” it might even be prudent to look into bankruptcy sooner rather than later.
Debt Consolidation is an effort to combine debts from several creditors, then take out a single loan to pay them all, hopefully at a reduced interest rate and lower monthly payment. This is typically done by consumers trying to keep up with bills for multiple credit cards and other unsecured debts.