“Finally, A Step-By-Step Guide To
Help You Determine If Debt Settlement
Is The Right Solution For You!”
No Hype, No B.S.
Just Straightforward Answers
To Your Most Commons Questions
“Normally I’m a pretty humble and quiet person, but I got sick of all the misinformation floating around the Internet and decided to do something about it. After 15 years in this industry and several thousand one-on-one consultations with people in all stages of financial distress, I think I have a pretty good idea of what can and cannot be done when it comes to negotiating settlements with creditors, collection agencies and attorneys.”
It’s true. If you know what you’re doing, you absolutely can settle outstanding debts for substantially less than full balance. I’m talking $0.30, $0.40 and $0.50 on the dollar.
Debt settlement can be a great alternative to bankruptcy, but it’s not for everyone. You have to be in the right situation with the right set of circumstances to be successful.
If you’re thinking about attempting settlements with your creditors, make sure to watch our FREE VIDEO SERIES where I explain in detail …
- The 3 minimum criteria that you must meet to be successful at the debt settlement process. Failure to meet one or more of these criteria will dramatically reduce your likelihood of success.
- The 3 drawbacks to the debt settlement process. As previously mentioned, the debt settlement process is not for everyone. I’ll describe 3 specific drawbacks to the debt settlement process that you must be aware of before proceeding.
- What happens when you can’t pay? Will creditors sue you? Can they garnish your wages? Can they put a lien on your house? This is a major area of confusion for most people due to the fact that they’ve never been in this situation before … and debt collectors know this. Failure to understand this will put you at a significant disadvantage to debt collectors.
- How to deal with debt collectors. Can they call you at work? Can they call your neighbors? How about friends or relatives? What should you say or not say to a debt collector if they call you? I’ll answer all of these questions plus give you specific strategy for how to deal with deal collectors.
- What happens to your credit report when you go through the debt settlement process? This is one of the most misunderstood topics about the debt settlement process, so I’d like to set the record straight once and for all with a detailed answer for you. Warning: You might be surprised by what I have to say.
- The one action you should never take. There is one specific action that creditors despise. If you do this one thing, your chances of getting sued go up dramatically.
- Should you attempt settlement on your own or hire someone? If you do decide to proceed with the debt settlement process, should you do it yourself or hire someone? I’ve had clients get very good results with each approach. Therefore, I’ll provide with a list of factors to consider to help you sort this out and make the choice that’s best for you.
Bottom line: If you are even thinking about
attempting settlements with your creditors,
you need to watch these videos to
avoid costly and preventable mistakes.
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