Each month you make a deposit into a savings account that you control and our negotiators go to work on your behalf to reduce the amount of debt owed. This method is primarily used to lower your debt amount and get creditors and collectors off your back. Our team can help you settle and relief the stress of debt in your life. Fill out the form above to learn more about our program.
Speak with a debt consultant and see if any of our programs is the right solution for you.
Identify a program that makes sense and learn how much money you could save.
We start to negotiate on your behalf and you put the enrolled debt behind you.
6278 North Federal Hwy,
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
888-220-5289 (TOLL FREE)
Please note that all calls with the company may be recorded or monitored for quality assurance and training purposes.
* Not all of our customers are able to complete their program for various reasons. Estimates are based on industry averages and vary depending on individual circumstances. There is no guarantee that your debts will be resolved for a specific amount or percentage or within a specific period of time. Further, we do not assume your debts, nor do we make any payments to creditors or provide tax, bankruptcy, accounting or legal advice or provide credit repair services. It is your responsibility to fully understand the terms of your contract and the debt settlement service. You should contact legal and tax professionals to discuss potential consequences of less than full balance debt resolution. The use of debt settlement services may adversely affect your creditworthiness, could result in you being subject to collections or being sued by creditors or collectors and may increase the outstanding balances of your enrolled accounts due to the accrual of fees and interest. However, negotiated settlements we obtain on your behalf resolve the entire account agreed to in your contract, including all accrued fees and interest. Our company nor it’s back end servicer will receive any fees for debt settlement services until the terms of your debt have been altered with one or more of your creditors.