How to Get Out of Debt With Debt Settlement
Are you having trouble sleeping at night due to the burden of your financial debts? Do you wonder whether you'll ever be capable of getting out of debt and have financial freedom again? Well, it is possible to be financially sound again, regardless of how much you owe. All you need is to understand how debt settlement works and have a little bit of patience.
What is a debt settlement?
Once you decide to stop paying your creditors in a pre-decided way, your initial creditor will try to persuade you to make payment. If they fail, then the creditor will then decide to sell off your debt to a collection agency. The creditor will earn a certain amount from the collection agency against your debt as well as a tax break from the government.
Once the creditor sells off your debt to a collection agency, you must send them a cease letter. This acts as legal evidence. The agency would not get to enjoy the same rights as the creditor.
Debt settlement involves the reduction of the principal amount of your unsecured personal debt through the timeless procedure of negotiation. Hence, this is a much quicker way of getting out of debt. Creditors are often willing to accept lower amounts as payment of principal, sometimes as low as 20% of the actual amount owed. Thus, instead of paying minimum endless quantities (most of which included interest), your payments go towards a reduction of the principal balance.
If you too want to retain your financial dignity and control and avoid the complexities of going bankrupt, then you can contact our experts at Ooraa for professional help regarding debt settlement. Learn in-depth about this faster alternative of getting out of debt and build your way towards a healthy financial life.
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Ooora Debt Relief helps its customers to understand the different choices they have to get rid of unsecured debt. Based on the conservative estimates clients that enroll in our Debt Management Plan and make all their payments on time generally experience a 50% reduction of their enrolled balance before our fees and about 30% reduction after payment of fees over12-48 months. Individual results may vary and are dependent on factors such as the total amount of debt, creditors’ cooperation, ability to save and successful completion of the program. Ooraa Debt Relief does not guarantee percentage reductions or the specific period in which the consumers’ debt will be resolved. We do not charge any upfront fees until a settlement that you have approved has been negotiated and at least one payment has been paid towards it. We do not provide tax, bankruptcy, legal or investment advice. Depending on your state we may be able to suggest a local tax professional or a bankruptcy attorney. Our program is not available in all the states and fees may also vary from state to state. Please consult a tax professional to consider the tax consequences of debt settlement.
The simulated savings calculator on our website is for illustration purposes only and may not always be accurate since they vary by each client’s unique situation. You should get a specific estimate from our company office for an accurate assessment before you decide to enroll in our program.
Please read and understand the contract terms and how the use of these services can adversely impact your credit before commitment.