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Debt Settlement


Debt problems?  …call a customer advocate at Trust Finances / 1-888-trust37

If you're drowning in unpaid bills and desperately looking for a way out, look no further than Trust Finances.  We look at your present situation and provide legal options to helping you get on the right path to being debt free.  We do a thorough analysis and then provide you a “make sense” solution that could change your financial life for the better.

Debt Settlement

Debt is like gaining weight - easy to get; hard to lose. But losing weight is not impossible and neither is getting out of debt. In the same way that you can shed those extra pounds, you can get yourself out from underneath all that debt and avoid bankruptcy. For many people bankruptcy should be a last resort as it remains on your credit for up to 10 years and could leave social and mental scaring.
Owing a lot of credit card debt is not uncommon so you shouldn't feel embarrassed. Many consumers, whether due to job loss, major injury, or simply overspending with ever increasing interest rates, see a large portion of their monthly income being swallowed up by credit card payments. Most consumers are only able to make the minimum payment and soon find that their balances are increasing (or at least not changing), which causes even more frustration and stress. Know that the credit card companies are part of a multi-billion dollar a year industry and only making your minimum payments each month helps to make that possible.

How does it work?

Debt settlement is a completely legal, logical, and ethical way to get out of debt--old as the concept of debt itself. The incentive for your creditors to settle a debt becomes clear once there is a possibility that they may collect nothing on the debt if you were left with no choice but to file for bankruptcy protection. Your incentive to settle is to avoid bankruptcy and to ethically discharge your debts. Once you are on the "debt treadmill" it becomes more and more difficult to step off. Eventually your minimum monthly payments will likely be going almost entirely towards interest. At this rate, you would finally pay the account off in about 30 years having spent ten times or more what you initially borrowed. We understand your predicament and the credit card companies have been counting on and profiting from it for years. Debt settlement could end the 30 year cycle and cut it down to 3 years or less.

Get started today by calling Trust Finances today-888.TRUST37