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Do You Qualify For Debt Relief?

Debt Relief! You read about it everywhere but there are a lot of scams out there. Most ads will try and get you to consolidate your bills and pay them off, and even though this may work eventually, most people have bad credit by this time and don’t qualify. Not being able to pay your bills is one of the most stressful experiences you can go through. I know because a couple of years ago I was sick and could not work. I had three back surgeries in a two week period and contracted spinal meningitis at the same time. It was a long and tedious recovery for me, even after the 35-day hospital stay!

Needless to say, I ran out of money but the bills kept on coming. My husband, bless his heart, did tons of research while I was on my sick bed and found a solution that helped us get out of debt completely! We called upon the help of a company that could negotiate with our credit card companies and reduced our debt amount to about 1/3 of what it was. It was amazing what they can do.

This doesn’t mean you don’t make a monthly payment, but it was half what we were paying before and it didn’t take that many months to pay off all our debt completely. You make your payment to the debt relief company and they pay off the creditors for you. The time it takes to get completely debt free varies depending on how much debt you have, but during this time you don’t have to deal with the credit card companies at all. It was such a stress relief for me while I was sick.

My husband’s research led us to companies that were BBB accredited and we knew it was a safe bet. A company you will love is National Debt Relief. If you qualify for the program they will help you get out from under your credit card debt forever! Below are just some of the ways you can qualify.

Loss of work or hours cut back
Medical bills
Death of a spouse
Business failure
Must have at least $10,000 worth of unsecured debt

There are more ways as well and so don’t skip talking to them if you are struggling. The one thing National Debt Relief does not like to do is help people that are just trying to cheat the system and don’t want to pay their obligations. They want to help people who really need it.

The good news is I went to work for myself from home once I got well and life is great. I am out from under my debt that crushing me and I have the luxury of working from home. It doesn’t get any better than that. I guess the only question is…..Do You Qualify for Debt Relief?

Scripture of Encouragement

Romans 13:8

Owe no man anything, but to love one another: for he that loveth another hath fulfilled the law.

3 thoughts on “Do You Qualify For Debt Relief?

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