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Unsecured Credit Card Debt Consolidation

Many people look to unsecured credit card debt consolidation services when their debt becomes unmanageable and out of control.  The problem with this is that debt consolidation does not eliminateyour debt; it simply consolidates it into one loan, usually a home equity loan.  And while that loan is typically a lower interest rate than the credit cards, unsecured credit card debt consolidation can actually keep you in debt longer since you stretch out your payments over many years.  

Unsecured credit card debt consolidation is tied to your home, so if for some reason you cannot make payments, your property is in jeopardy.  In short, debt consolidation can offer a false sense of security.

The Benefits of Debt Settlement over Unsecured Credit Card Debt Consolidation

With debt settlement, you can become debt-free in as fast as a few months or, depending on affordability, within 60 months.  Instead of working for the creditors, we work with them, to reduce the amount you owe by at least 50% in most cases. There is no collateral and you can enjoy the peace of mind
that comes with knowing you'll be back on the road to financial freedom and rebuilding your credit in no time.

Debt Settlement is the Unsecured Credit Card Consolidation Alternative

Learn more about our debt settlement services, the quick and easy alternative to unsecured credit card debt consolidation. Request your FREE consultation by filling out our form or call 1 (888) DEBT – 530 (332-8530).  Don't wait.  Contact us now to find out how our consumer debt relief programs can help you regain control of your financial future.
 




Debts We Can Settle
  • Credit cards
  • Unsecured loans, personal loans, or lines of credit
  • Medical bills
  • Collections or repossessions
  • Business Debts

Debts We Can't Settle
  • Lawsuits
  • IRS debt or back taxes
  • Utility bills
  • Auto loans, government loans, or student loans
  • Mortgages or home loans
  • Other secured debts