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Below are some examples of debt settlement agreements that National Debt Relief has reached with creditors on behalf of its clients. As you can see, the reductions in credit card balances and the percentages saved have been significant. The examples provided were actual settlements reached with American Express.
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As you begin to work on your debt settlement plan, remember that it's not an easy process. It's going to take time to save enough money to start the negotiation process with your creditors. The important thing is to stick to the program until you've graduated debt free. You must also be prepared to change your spending habits if that's what got you into trouble in the first place. The last thing you want to happen is to accumulate another heavy load of debt after you've put in the hard work to get yourself debt free. With persistence and patience, you too can get out of debt and get on the path to good financial health.
The best thing you can do to get started is get all your information organized so you can have an intelligent conversation with a debt counselor. In order for an expert to help you, he or she will need a complete picture of your debt situation. You'll need to pull together all of your most recent credit card statements that show your balance and the interest rate you're paying. It would also be a good idea to obtain a copy of your credit report to make sure it's accurate. If you have to take a hit on your score, you'll want to make sure you're not also being penalized by information that's either incorrect or doesn't belong to you.
Whatever you do, know that getting out of debt is possible and National Debt Relief is here to try and make your journey towards financial independence just a little bit easier.