Depending on your personal situation and whether you have already missed payments to your creditors, debt settlement programs may have a negative impact on your credit score. Due to it being a separately regulated service, we do not provide credit repair services or offer advice on ways to improve your credit.
At National Debt Relief we do not earn anything unless we get you results. Specifically, 3 things must happen for a fee to be earned for the service. First, a settlement offer must be received from the creditor, we must receive your approval of the settlement, and finally at least 1 settlement payment to the creditor must be made. Only then would our fee be earned and charged to your Dedicated Account. Once debts are settled, the average client usually pays a fee of 15-25% of the total debt enrolled But, until these 3 things occur, there is no fee for the service.
Debt settlement reduces your balance. Your debt is negotiated down, and you pay less than you owe. The creditor forgives the remaining balance in a transaction called a settlement. Debt consolidation combines all of your debt into one loan with a single monthly payment, often at a reduced rate of interest. This typically requires a higher credit score for approval.
A friendly, dedicated debt expert will let you know all your options and the advantages / disadvantages of each – which will help you decide what’s best for you.
Since 2009, we’ve successfully helped hundreds of thousands of people get out of debt. We are one of the country’s largest debt relief companies and pride ourselves on our accreditations which include:
– A+ rating with the BBB – Over 21,000 five-star reviews of the National Debt Relief program – A team of debt arbitrators certified through the IAPDA (International Association of Professional Debt Arbitrators)