Quality_Debt_Settlement_Businesses by MarijanStefanovic

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									Title:
Quality Debt Settlement Businesses

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354

Summary:
Are you in debt? Are you finding it hard to tackle this problem alone? A
debt settlement company may be the solution. Take care to learn what the
impact will be on your credit standing if you choose to go with such a
plan.


Keywords:
debt settlement, debt relief, debt consolidation, bad credit, no credit,
credit report, FICO, money


Article Body:
Are you in debt? If so, you might need the help of one of the many
quality debt settlement businesses available to you to help pay off what
you owe. Finding such businesses isn’t always easy, and there are some
questions you must ask before you commit to a contract. Do some personal
investigating to find out which businesses [if any] are right for you.

So, how can you locate a quality debt settlement businesses? First of
all, by searching right online. Naturally, not all businesses are the
same and you must find out if each one is valid or not, including if it
is licensed by your state. Happily, most corporate web sites share this
type of information openly.

<b>Here are five steps you can take to ensure that the company you are
dealing with is on the up and up:</b>

1. Check with the Better Business Bureau {BBB} to see if complaints have
been registered against a particular company. Ask the BBB for a list of
quality debt settlement businesses.

2. Obtain the company’s D&B report from Dun and Bradstreet. This report
will reveal if the company is in the black, who members of its board of
directors are, as well as other key corporate information.

3. Check with your state’s consumer affairs department for information.
If the company has not registered with your state, find out where they
are registered and call that state’s consumer affairs department.

4. Ask for references. If you still feel good about the company, get
references. If they are solid, they will freely share that information.
If the company is not willing to part with references, just move on to
the next company on your list.

5. Ask friends and family members if they know of a specific quality debt
settlement business.
You can thin your list by comparing their fees, by learning what impact a
debt settlement loan will have on your credit rating, and determining how
long you have to pay off your debt.

You can get out of the debt spiral if you choose a plan that works to
your advantage.

								
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