Nationwide Debt Direct Can Help You With Debt Settlement
Understanding Debt Settlement
A debt settlement occurs after a debtor like you is unable to fully meet your debt obligations due to financial hardships. This usually happens at the same time that all attempts by your creditors to collect on the debts have failed. Debt settlement means that the creditor agrees to cancel part of the debt and accept the remaining sum as satisfied full repayment. Debt settlement is also called debt negotiation. In other words, a debt settlement is the agreement while debt negotiation is the process through which both parties reach that agreement.
Taking Your First Debt Settlement Steps
Our clients who successfully use debt settlement are generally people such as you who are experiencing legitimate financial hardships. Also, our clients are those consumers who simply cannot afford to repay their debts through debt management plans offered by consumer credit counseling agencies or who also want to avoid filing bankruptcy. Nationwide Debt Direct believes for these reasons that debt settlement falls between consumer credit counseling and bankruptcy.
Nationwide Debt Direct has one of the strongest teams of professional debt consultants in the industry. Our team works with you as we set up payment plans that work for you – not against you. Then, we work to negotiate debt settlements on your behalf with your creditors and debt collectors. Nationwide Debt Direct’s debt settlement programs are able to lower your monthly payments to approximately half of the typical minimum monthly credit card payments, so you can become debt free in a short period of time.
Call Nationwide Debt Direct now and speak with one of our debt settlement consultants to learn how easy our services can really be!