A debt settlement offer to pay off a credit card with less money than what you owe can seem like a gift. Settling a $6,000 credit card bill for $4,000, for example, leaves you with $2,000 in debt that you don’t have to pay.
Many of my readers have asked me about debt settlement companies and if there are any I would recommend. While I’ve touched on the subject in previous posts, I’ve never properly reviewed a reputable debt settlement company such as National Debt Relief. How National
Before you make any big decisions like hiring a debt settlement company to attempt to settle your debts, it’s important that you understand how it works, what you’re getting into, and the other options you may have. Debt settlement can have a big impact
Before I get into my interview with a former debt collector, I’d like to give you the back story as to how this all happened. A couple of weeks ago I received an email from a guy who said he was a debt collector
Question I have several credit cards in varying stages of delinquency. How far behind does one typically have to fall, before a creditor is ready to accept a reduced settlement? And when do creditors typically give up and send the account to a collection
Question Do you have any advice on debt settlement companies? I am involved with one now and I am not sure I made the right decision. Response I personally do not like debt settlement companies and wouldn’t advise anyone to use one. The true
Question I have an unpaid account in collections. But the original creditor is also on my credit report. Which one should I negotiate with to pay and have it removed? Do I negotiate the full amount, or the settlement amount? Response Try to stay