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  • Debt Buyers will purchase your debt!
  • Substantially lower monthly payments
  • Get debts off your credit while you
    pay back creditors!
  • Zero upfront costs to enroll in
  • Become debt free in 8-15 months!

Would you like to consolidate your credit card bills and free yourself from debt?

Our debt consolidation service is here to help you!

After you fill out the short online form with your contact information, a professional debt counselor will contact you and provide a free credit card debt analysis, and discuss your options.

You may then decide if the program is right for you.

Why Consolidate Your Credit Card Bills Through Our Website?

The answer is simple. You get a free, no-obligation credit card debt evaluation from a consumer recommended company.

  • Drastically lower or even eliminate interest rates!
  • Eliminate late charges and over the limit fees!
  • Substantially reduce your monthly payments!
  • Cut the years it takes to pay off your debt, fast!
  • Consolidate your bills into one simple payment!
  • No Credit Checks, Home ownership NOT required

Get Out of Credit Card Debt

If you own a credit card, you cannot just keep on paying the minimum amount due whenever the billing statement arrives. At that rate, you can never reduce your credit card debt . You will continue to keep on paying while the real amount keeps on piling up each time. Do something about it!

Once you realize the need to reduce your credit card debt , you need to stop using the card and start putting up a plan. Figure out how much debt you are in and to whom you are in debt. You can do that with your credit report, which is available from official credit bureaus. This report contains your personal information and the financial obligations you have to different creditors. Compare it with your latest statements and sum up the amount you owe, the monthly payments you need to pay and the interest rate you might incur per creditor.

After getting the numbers, decide which one you need to pay first. There are several ways to do this: one would be to pay the debt with the highest interest rate or pay the smallest debt first. This involves check and balance since if you pay the highest first, you may end up paying that debt for many months before you see your credit improve. However, if you pay the smallest first, the highest interest will continue to incur charges. The former method is the optimal way to reduce your credit card debt. The positive side of the latter method is that you can reduce your smaller credit card debts faster. As a rule, you must pick the method that motivates you to continue your goal towards credit card debt management.

Next task is to know how much money you can afford to pay these debts. To do this, you need to know how much your discretionary income is. This is the income after all the taxes and necessary expenses spent like food and electricity is deducted. If you have more than one source of income, total them. You also need to subtract from that income any estimated expense amount that you think you might incur in the following months. Make sure that these are necessary expenses. When you are trying to reduce your credit card debts , you need to do away with your habitual spending. One example would be to stop buying "designer coffee" from your favorite shop just to satisfy your coffee craving.

This discretionary income is used to determine your debt to income ratio. That ratio is the percentage of your income that goes to paying your debt. This is obtained by dividing your credit card debt you want to reduce by your discretionary income. A result of 42% or less is a healthy debt load while above 43% means danger zone.

Once you know how much you have, you can determine how much you can pay for those debts. Allocate that to debt that you should prioritize. Make sure that allocation is above the minimum amount you need to pay every month. Continue this step until the debt is cleared then move on to the next account priority and repeat the same procedure. If there is a problem of very close due dates, you can try negotiating your creditors for another schedule. The next thing you will notice is that you're almost debt-free already. GP