Debt Settlement

When a consumer is dealing with a particular debt that is skyrocketing out of control and beyond their ability to pay it off, debt settlement can be an effective way to bring the amount owed back down to earth. This method of debt relief involves negotiating with a creditor to lower the balance due in exchange for the debtor making one final payment that will effectively close their account and lead to their debt being considered paid in full.

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