Debt SettlementPay an outstanding debt for less than the owed amount
Your charged-off accounts could be holding you back from attaining your goals.
Debt settlement for large amounts
Having large amounts of debt can take away your hope and seem overwhelming. Without a clear understanding of the different ways you can deal with it, hard times seem harder than they need to be. The experts at White Jacob & Associates are able to assess your situation, goals, and credit to determine the best route for you.
The legal debt settlement process
Debt settlement is paying an outstanding debt for less than the owed amount. Prior to the FTC ruling against Debt Settlement Organizations in 2010, these companies would take advantage of consumers and in most cases without their knowledge.
First, a company should never tell you to stop paying your bills when you’re current on them.
Second, most settlement companies will not tell you that you can attempt to settle debts on your own.
Third, in most cases, these companies left their clients in a worse position than when they began.
Don’t be misinformed
Adding to the storm of frustration, confusion and high fees, some collection agencies will take advantage of a misinformed consumer by…
Settling debts for a less amount and illegally leaving the remaining balance reporting to the credit bureaus.
Not changing any information that is being reported to the credit bureaus.
Not report that it’s “paid” – either; “as agreed” or “settled for less amount owed”.
Not removing the account; if agreed to do so.
Settle. But only if you have to.
Our competitors will settle debts before exploring other readily available avenues. However, White Jacobs and Associates offers professional settlement services on a client’s debt only after exploring all other alternative avenues of resolving a negative debt being reported to the credit bureaus.
Avoid expensive lawsuits
Your charged-off accounts could be holding you back from attaining your goals, but debt settlement could help satisfy your creditors for less than you owe them. This could help you avoid expensive lawsuits and judgments and could aid you in a shortened path to becoming debt free.
The ball is in your court.
The first step to relief is submitting your information online or calling us for your NO-COST credit evaluation to determine the best options to get you moving towards achieving your goals! We are here to help.
YOU SHOULD KNOW
Your strongest bargaining tool in offering to pay less than what you owe is to offer a lump-sum payment in exchange for settling your debt. That means you should have the cash available before you start negotiating.
The Quick 1-2-3-
3 Steps to Settlement
We’re easy to talk to. One of our debt settlement experts will assess your situation and determine if you’re a good fit. Before we begin, you will understand the plan of action and our expectations for success.
We Get to Work
Once you’re on board with the plan, we will begin our negotiations. Our process will take weeks instead of months. We’ll handle all the direct communication and keep you updated throughout.
Enjoy the Results
Settling an outstanding debt can feel like a big weight has been lifted from your shoulders. Not only are you saving money, but your debt situation won’t be holding your life back anymore. And that’s refreshing.