Debt Relief Companies
How Do YOU Spell Debt Relief?
You probably don't know yet. Otherwise, you might not be here. Other pages on this site talk about various debt relief programs, most of which are designed to get you out of debt in about five years. But you can only enroll in these programs through debt relief companies.
You might think finding debt relief companies is easy. Just pick one of the first ones that pops up when you do an Internet search, right? Wrong. Some of the debt relief companies you come across online are less than reputable. And any debt relief program is only as good as the debt relief company that implements it, so you need to find a good debt relief company from the get-go. And the best way to do that is to research a bunch of debt relief companies. Fill out their online forms. These are free and don't obligate you to any certain company. It just enables these companies to send you quotes and recommendations about your situation so that you can compare and contrast what each company has to say about your situation. Then you can call and make sure they are ready and willing to discuss your situation with you.
Another option in your search for a good debt relief company is to call your creditors and see who they suggest. At least then you know that your creditors are willing to work with these companies and you might get a better deal. There's also another option--consult the Department of Justice's website. They have a list of reputable debt relief companies because they recently passed a law requiring anyone who files for bankruptcy to go through a debt relief program first.
Now that we've told you about the best ways to find a good debt relief company, there's no reason for you not to.