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What makes debt settlement a great option for regaining financial freedom? Give us five minutes to cover the 5W’s (i.e., Who, What, When), and we think you’ll agree that debt settlement may be your best path to debt relief.
Getting Out of Debt: What are My Options?
So, you’re buried in credit card bills. Late fees are piling up, and double-digit interest rates are making it nearly impossible for you to pay down your balance. DebtBlue is here for you and wants to help you understand your options for getting out of credit card debt.
When you’re ready to take control of credit card or other unsecured debts, you may be wondering how you’ll pull it off. Might we suggest: Teamwork? DebtBlue partners with you in your path to financial freedom… negotiating, planning, tracking… Together we can do this.
Two Steps to Debt Freedom
(Trust us: We wanted a three-step process, but this stuff is just too straightforward.)
You call DebtBlue. We listen.
We’ll determine where you stand and then cover how we can help. You’ll know your potential savings before we’ve been on the phone for 10 minutes.
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We’ll take it from here. We negotiate settlements with your creditors for far less than what you owe and help you work through a customized payoff plan.
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