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Our Colorado debt consolidation and counseling services help our clients get out of debt and back on their feet faster. By avoiding filing for bankruptcy or obtaining a debt consolidation loan, you can reduce your unsecured credit card debt or mortgage in as little as one to four years. As a bonus, you also save several thousand dollars in interest payments.
Availing yourself of debt consolidation and counseling programs shows that that you’re committed to solving your own problems and honoring your obligations. These are important factors if you need a line of credit in the future.
Colorado debt reduction results in easier payment schedules and lower interest rates for you. You begin building a more secure future as you save money on late fees and interest, too.
Why should your creditors want to take less money than what you owe them? It cost them money to hire a collection agency to settle your debt, a process which can take a lot of time and which costs even more money. It is in their best interest to work with you through us to reduce your debt and keep you as a customer when you are back on your feet.
It takes time, but things will get better for you. With the help of our Colorado debt negotiation, you will find you have more money in your pocket every month and your credit rating will steadily improve.
We set up one convenient and affordable monthly payment for you. Send us that amount faithfully and we pay off your creditors. You will not have to deal with those harassing collection calls. Perhaps best of all, it is easier to keep track of the decreasing amount you owe while you are saving yourself money in a less stressful way.
To help ensure that you do not have to face a crushing debt burden again, our counselors sit down and make a budget plan with you. During the debt counseling portion of our service, you will be helped in identifying and eliminating possible spending attitudes and behaviors that may have contributed to your situation. These services help get you back on your feet so that you can stay there in the future.