What Is Debt Negotiation & How Can It Help Me

What is Debt Negotiation & How Can it Help Me?

Debt Negotiation can save consumers 80% of what they owe to the creditors. We will negotiate with the creditors and collection agencies a payoff which will bring balances down to 0 with no further liability on the account.

Debtma Debt Negotiation Program is an alternative program for resolving Credit Card debt. Our Debt Negotiation program is designed to help the consumer lower their balances and find a resolution to get out of debt.

Debtma Debt Negotiation Program has been resolving issues with creditors since 2002 and has a good relationship with the agencies. We have been successful in saving the client from having to file Bankruptcy and reduce the negative impact on their credit rating after filing. This alternative Debt Negotiation program is designed to save consumers from experiencing years of abuse and paying unnecessary fees to Creditors.

When dealing with Creditors directly and making arrangements with the Credit Card Companies directly the card holder is set up with a guarantee to fail. The consumer is assured by the creditors that they are on the card holders side when in fact it is a tactic used to keep the consumer in debt indefinitely.

Debtma Debt Negotiation Program has programs designed to settle your debt within 18 to 36 months. A certified credit counselor will work with each client to create a plan for the individual clients needs.

Let Debtma Debt Negotiation help. Visit www.Debtma.com or Call 866-597-7748 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting866-597-7748end_of_the_skype_highlighting for a free consultation by our representatives. We can help.

Debtma Debt Negotiation Program. Quotes to Live By.

Use credit cards only for convenience, never for credit.

When starting out, don’t worry about not having enough money. Limited funds are a blessing, not a curse. Nothing encourages creative thinking in quite the same way.

Don’t waste time grieving over past mistakes. Learn from them and move on.

Read carefully anything that requires your signature. Remember the big print giveth and the small print taketh away.

Pay your bills on time.

Never invest more in the stock market than you can afford to lose.

Read the bill of rights.

Be cautious about lending money to friends. You might lose both.

Discipline yourself to save money. It’s essential to success.

Keep expectations high.

Keep overhead low.

Don’t say you don’t have enough time. You have exactly the same number of hours per day that were given to Helen Keller, Pasteur, Michelangelo, Mother Teresa, Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Jefferson, and Albert Einstein.

Read hospital bills carefully. It’s reported that 89% contain errors-in favor of the hospital.

Forget the Joneses.

Drive inexpensive cars, but own the best house you can afford.

Live beneath your means.

Learn how to read a financial report.

When paying cash ask for a discount.

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A special thanks to “Life’s Little Instruction Book.”