Anderson is a good friend of mine and he has been trying to find reputable debt consolidation services companies in New York for many years. He couldn’t do this because of two reasons; first, he didn’t know about his requirements, and second, he was unable to find a well-reputable company with affordable services fees.
I’m here to solve the problem for him and all other people who intend to find such company in their respective areas.
Carrying lots of debts could be harmful to your health and cause you stress because you could make you run out of money, especially for the students. You need to do two things, start a research about finding a reputable company and adjust your solution according to the fees of a company. It sounds very good when you hear that a third company could purchase all of your debt, make a whole payment and reduce the interest rate for you, but it isn’t as good as it sounds on paper because nothing in this world is free for you.
According to Forbes, It could reduce your anxiety and save you money if you enroll in a debt consolidation process by getting counseling and merging all your debts into one single debt for you.
It all depends upon your credit score because if it’s below 660, then you need to acquire such services from a company, otherwise you might decide to try it by yourself, but it’s very risky. Try to think, as far as debt is concerned, a company is paying off all of your debts and you don’t need to do anything about it. You just need to pay off payments on a monthly basis with regular intervals. However, note that if you miss any payment, it could be harmful for you.
Try three things before buying debt consolidation programs from any company:
#1 They should be registered with BBB (Better Business Bureau), otherwise there is no need to buy services from that particular company because it could be big scam, as it has happened to many people before. They not only lost their money, but also their precious time, energy and the ability to pay off their debts and get rid of them.
#2 You might hear about NCC (National Credit Counseling) because it’s the evaluation and regulatory body of these companies. Try to see a list of that company in its website otherwise leave this option and try another.
#3 Considering non-profit as the priority option could work for you in a better way. Definitely, they’ll offer low service charges, but it won’t be free because they also need money to continue their business and cover expenses.
According to Huffington Post, a credible US online news website, you should try one method out of the two popular methods; balance transfer and taking personal loans, but I’ll recommend that you buy services from debt consolidation companies with good repute and a clean track record.