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How to Deal to Reduce Credit Card Debt


It’s really easy to learn but not easy how to reduce credit card debt on your own., Most of the people would prefer to solve challenges with debt on their own and you're not alone in fact, more than 45% of Americans currently have a credit card and having the debt. Before you start reducing your debt, probably want to reduce the credit card with the lowest balance first. Then you will know where you stand then you'll. In the beginning you will have no idea how you be into so much debt. So be honest with yourself, because you can handle the issues on your own and move forward confidence and debt reduction strategies won’t solve every debt problem in just any situation. You will take to repay what you owe. If you have credit card debt then there are several simple steps you can take to eliminate it in less time.

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Negotiate for the lower interest rates

Most of the people skip this but it’s really important step should be taken before go into the process of reducing debt. Due to the negotiation you can save as you pay off your debt and it will become easier instead of paying a big amount and the remaining to pay off his debt. You can pay off the principal amount which can be making much faster. This can also leave you with a huge feeling and a big achievement knowing that you've paid off one of your credit cards in full. This method is known as the “Snowball” method.

 




Create a Budget to Maximize Cash Flow

It's time to take notice some of those expenses need to get as much cash flow as possible for your debt reduction plan. Are there areas where you can save money? Make a budget detailing what you spend. All the cash you have left after you pay bills and necessary expenses. It's hard to adjust your lifestyle too dramatically but little adjustment needs it. For short time to these high interest rate debts paid off fast. You'll have to make some sacrifices you can cut temporarily but can be back once you’re done eliminating debt.

Debtax has been helping consumers since 2016 – we have a track record of success. We stay profitable as an organization by settling your debt as quickly and efficiently as possible. We earn no fees until you begin to see results. Additionally, our staff will contact you for authorization of all settlements so you stay in control throughout the whole process. It is in our best interest to save you every penny we possibly can! It is up to you take the first step and call.

In addition to our process, which is very consumer friendly, we have the accolades to back it up. To date, we have settled over $175 million in consumer debt. We are Accredited Members of the Better Business Bureau with an A rating as well as Accredited Members of the American Fair Credit Council.

Of course, don’t just take our word for it. Take a moment to read some of our online client reviews and see what others have to say.

The first step in the debt settlement process is to have a free phone consultation with us. Give us a call today and we can discuss your situation at greater length. At this time, we will determine if you qualify and if our program would be suitable for you.

If you are considering bankruptcy we suggest that you first consult with a bankruptcy attorney in your state to determine whether you qualify and discuss the pros and cons of this option. Only a licensed attorney may provide guidance as to whether bankruptcy is a suitable option for you.

In our opinion, bankruptcy is an extreme option, which has serious long-term effects on your credit and can often have negative results in many aspects of your everyday life. Bankruptcy is considered only as a last-resort option for just a few of the following reasons:

  • Filing for bankruptcy will require you to appear in Federal Court at least once and in most cases, even more.
  • Bankruptcy paperwork requires that you reveal all of your debts as well as all of your assets.
  • For up to ten years, credit bureaus are entitled to keep your bankruptcy filing on your credit report.
  • A bankruptcy filing is also a matter of “public record” for anyone that wants to know about it.

No, we can’t stop all creditor harassment, but there are strict laws that limit how often creditors can call, what times of the day they may call as well as what they can say when trying to collect a debt. We realize that credit calls can cause a lot of anxiety and be very stressful, so our Client Care team will work with you early on in your program to educate you on what we can do to keep the calls to a minimum.

Our service fees will vary depending on your total debt at enrollment and state of residence. One of the great aspects of our program is that we charge no upfront fees. This means that you only pay our fees once you see actual results. For the majority of our clients, our service fee varies between 15 and 25 percent of the total debt enrolled. Our fee is always factored into your program estimate and monthly program payment.

Our goal is to have you debt free in 24-48* months, depending on your current situation. Our experienced negotiators will work with you and your creditors to settle your enrolled debts for as little as possible. During the negotiation process, creditors may continue to charge interest, tack on late fees or other charges; however, we factor this in to your overall program and estimate. The time it takes to clear a debt is mainly dependent on your financial condition, but may also depend on the creditors you enroll. We understand that every situation is different and we can discuss your situation during the free confidential phone consultation.

No. With our debt settlement program, we negotiate on your behalf to reduce the amount you pay to your creditors. Debt consolidation requires you to apply for and obtain a new loan in order to pay off the entire amount of your existing debt. If you have too much debt and/or bad credit, it is unlikely that you would be approved for a favorable consolidation loan.

Credit counseling seeks to reduce the interest rates you pay, meaning you pay 100% of your original balance plus a reduced interest rate. The purpose of the plan is to get you to pay the debt in full by obtaining a lower interest rate. The major problems with credit counseling are that the monthly payments are often too high and that it may still take five or six years to pay the debt off. You should also know that these firms were established by the creditors! What it comes down to is that Debtax will work for you, while the consumer credit counseling firms work primarily for the creditors!

Most clients who enroll in a debt settlement program will see their credit scores go down. For consumers that are already late on all of their bills or in collections, the effect may be minimal but PDI cannot predict with any accuracy how much your score will fluctuate. Please keep in mind the settlement process may take several months or even several years for any given account. Thus, if maintaining a high credit score is a top priority for you, the debt settlement process may not be a good fit for you as you will see a damaging effect on your credit rating.

If you are unsure of your present score, we recommend you obtain copies of your credit reports and scores from the three major credit bureaus via www.annualcreditreport.com. That said, if you are current on your bills and decide to enroll in our debt settlement program, the effect on your credit score may be significant since accounts enrolled in our program will generally be reported as delinquent (30, 60, 90, 120 etc.) up until the time PDI is able to obtain a settlement.

Upon completion of the program, your overall financial situation (not including your credit score) should be improved even though your credit rating may not be good. The money you had previously saved towards settling your debts can now be put towards personal savings, retirement, a college fund, a down payment on a vehicle or home, etc. However, please note that there are specific Credit Repair laws that do not allow us to discuss, offer or suggest that our program will improve your credit score, or have an effect other than negative on your credit report.

If you decide debt settlement is not for you, remember that bankruptcy may remain on your credit report for up to 10 years and will remain in court records forever.

We urge consumers to take into account the pros and cons of the credit issue when considering our services. While your credit score may suffer, it is important to weigh this against the benefits such as bankruptcy avoidance and settlement benefits.

Most “unsecured” debt, debt not secured with collateral, is allowable in our program. These debts generally include credit cards, medical bills, unsecured or personal loans, retail debt, debt owed after repossession, and accounts in collections. Certain unsecured debts such as payday loans, consumer finance loans, legal judgments as well as medical debts not in collections, may not qualify for our program. Please contact one of our Debt Specialists today to determine whether your debts are a good fit for the PDI debt settlement program.


Individual results may vary and cannot be guaranteed. Results will depend on your ability to save your own funds to pay settlement offers, types of debt, and willingness of creditors to negotiate. A program does not provide legal or tax planning advice, so if you need such, please consult a professional. The program may not be available in all states and does not assume or pay your debts for you. Please request a program contract, read and understand all program terms before enrolling.