Settle Your Debt For Less Than What You Owe!
Many popular debt relief companies are the ones you will hear advertising that they can wipe out your debt over night or that they can save you 90% on all credit card accounts. First off, that is just unrealistic. Truth-be-told there is no magic wand that can relieve you of your debt overnight. There are, on the other hand many programs offered by certain reputable, credible companies that can significantly reduce your debt.
Debt Settlement is essentially stopping the payment of your credit card minimums to instead safe up that cash in a reserve. The next step would be for a knowledgeable debt analyst to negotiate your debt to a much, much lower cost that you then pay off in a few lump-sum payments that you have saved from paying your credit card minimums.
The problem with debt settlement is that too many companies try to scam their clients by taking up-front fees from the reserve set aside, and then never do anything more with the accounts; leaving clients in worse trouble then they were before they contacted a debt relief agency.
These instances happen so often that the general public tries to do debt settlement on their own, which is a very difficult task for people because most all banks have a representative deal with you that knows exactly what to say to make you think you are making progress on your accounts when really you are going nowhere fast.
PCS Debt Relief’s Debt Settlement program is the best service offered in the country. With a 0% complaint history and very credible resources, PCS Debt Relief is a leader in its field. They offer free consultations to ensure you receive unbiased advice on any of your financial struggles. With a no-upfront fee policy, clients are also ensured a satisfaction guarantee. Call today to learn more 636-209-4481.
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