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Debt Settlement Resources

Procedure to Calculate Debt Settlement

Before contacting the creditor for a debt settlement, you may calculate a reasonable debt settlement amount. However, remember, that the actual settlement amount may vary from the number you got by calculation. In a debt settlement, a debtor always wants to pay as little as possible. However, the creditor wants to get much as possible from the debtor. And often, the amount lands somewhere in between the two amounts.

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First Name
Last Name
Primary Phone
Cell / Work Phone
State
Email
Unsecured debt
Monthly Income
Are you current or past due on credit cards?
Are you experiencing financial hardship?
YES
NO
Do you own or rent your home?
Are you current or past due on your Mortgage
Payment?
YES
NO
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