A budget analysis will be completed, so it’s important for you to have an idea of what your monthly expenses are and what you outstanding debt is. You will need to know what loans you have outstanding and what your current balances are on your credit cards.
If you cannot make a payment while in a credit counseling program notify your debt advisor as soon as possible. Their job and goal is to help you handle situations like this.
This is not a straightforward answer. Everyone’s length of time with the program depends on their unique situation. There are several factors that must be considered. Two of these factors are the creditor and the debtor. It depends on how much debt you have and how much you are able to pay back each billing period and whether the creditor will accept the terms under which you can pay back your debt. Typically consumer credit […]
Credit counseling offers education to clients about how to avoid debts that cannot be paid off and have specific programs that reduce your interest and combines your debt into one payment which is distributed to your creditors.
Debt management is a formal agreement between the debtor and the creditor. It is any program that helps you manage and pay off your debt at a reduced amount over a period of time.
Every debt management program, including credit counseling, has its advantages and disadvantages. Our debt advisors can help you understand all your options, including credit counseling, so you can find the solution that makes sense for your financial needs.
You can contact us by clicking on the form on the right-hand side of this page and a debt advisor will contact you to get started on the debt relief program that works for you. The PCS Debt Relief team wants to help you understand the myths and truths behind your credit score and debt. Please, do yourself a favor and schedule a debt consultation where we can better educate you in the process of […]
You will need to itemize your income sources, important financial transactions within the past two years, monthly living expenses, debts (loans and credit card balances), and property (all assets and belongings). We will also need the last two years of your tax returns.
To set up your free consultation with a PCS Debt Relief analyst fill out the secure contact form on the right. A debt analyst will contact you within one business day. Consultations can also be set up by calling (636) 209-4481.
A debt consolidation program is a formal agreement between the debtor (you) and the creditor(s). Debt consolidation programs are designed to consolidate and manage your debt into one program. It helps reduce outstanding debts at a reduced payment level over a span of time. Each program is tailored around the individual’s financial situation. To gain a better understanding of which plan works best for a debtor an analyst reviews your income and monthly expenses.
Debt consolidation […]
We can help you with most credit card accounts, HELOCs, and many other unsecured debt accounts.