If your current debt situation is causing you stress and you're concerned about your financial future, a ClearOne Advantage Debt Settlement Plan can help faster than you thought was possible.
We know that finding relief from debt and taking back control of your financial life requires both determination and commitment from you. However, our clients’ past success has proven that you can conquer your debt if you are willing to do the following:
For someone who is not familiar with the debt relief process, being in debt can be overwhelming and getting free from it can seem like a difficult and complicated undertaking. ClearOne Advantage’s Debt Settlement Plan can make this process less complicated and can be broken down into four simple steps:
You will consult with a Certified Debt Specialist who will learn about your situation and, if you qualify for debt relief, will create a plan with an affordable monthly payment that could resolve your debt as quickly as possible.
Your Certified Debt Specialist will outline your personalized plan in your enrollment documents which will be emailed to you for your approval. Any additional questions that you may have will be answered before completing your enrollment.
You will make the agreed-upon program payment into an FDIC insured escrow account that is in your name which can be 40% less than the normal monthly payments you are making to your individual creditors.
Once sufficient funds have accumulated, ClearOne Advantage will begin to negotiate with your creditors on your behalf.
Along with the simple steps involved in setting up your ClearOne Advantage debt settlement plan, there are a few extra details to note:
Getting out of debt is not impossible and it does not have to be complicated. Contact a ClearOne Certified Debt Specialist today to get your personalized debt relief plan.
I wish to thank you for all of your agency support and encouragement. The last two months have been very stressful due to the accounts going legal. It has been also very rewarding to get through this process and have a good grip on our future and we have started this planning and example for our children.