Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Debt settlement to avoid bankruptcy

I just read with a tinge of sadness the bleak economic conditions faced by some people celebrating Christmas this year in Europe. In these hard times, there would be many people who will be out of a job and with mounting debts. The good news is, in most cases, bankruptcy can be avoided for people facing financial hardships. There are debt settlement companies out there who can help with debt negotiation with creditors to settle debt for a lower amount than owed allowing the debtor to save the money for a lump-sum (or installment) settlement payment.

United Debt Counseling is a debt settlement company that helps individuals and families deal with unmanageable debt stemming from financial and personal hardships. Over the years, they have helped thousands of people in the U.S. significantly reduce their debt load setting them back to financial freedom. The best part is, you will not be charged upfront fees as their settlement fees are collected only upon a successful settlement.

Getting the debt relief process started with United Debt Counseling is simple. You just need to complete the form online and a debt consultant will review your information and get back to you. Or you can call them for a free debt analysis on their toll-free number.


  1. Don't go overboard with the Xmas shopping! :D

  2. Heard our very own AKPK is quite similar and they are efficient too. tQ

  3. Lina, a good practice to put a cap on the dollar value of the presents.

    Bananaz, have come across this AKPK but not familiar with what it does. Care to share more about it with our readers? Thanks in advance.

  4. This is just a vulnerable debt. You can not solve the mortgage and auto loans or any other debt secured this type of settlement. These companies typically take place all your information and contact all your creditors for you poor, and negotiate a lower payoff amount of your debt. It can be anywhere from twenty to ninety percent of the original balance.