Debt Elimination

Eliminate your debt and start living a debt free lifestyle. When you learn to understand your debt you can then start the process in order to become free of this burden. If you are finding yourself at the end of your rope financially, if you have a heavy burden of debt on your shoulders you must know there is hope.

Americans are carrying more debt than ever and debit elimination should be a high priority for anyone in this situation today. It is reported that today’s consumers are more likely to have debt problems than any time in the past. It is also likely that the situation will only grow worse if left unchecked. Debt elimination is fast becoming a highly sought out means of improving one’s lifestyle. With the right system you can get out of debt fast and without filing bankruptcy.

Debt elimination system  is not a debt consolidation. The goal is to become debt free and not to just prolong your debt. Consolidation is not elimination. After all, how do you think debt consolidation companies stay in business? Its a billion dollar industry and the consolidators want you to keep paying them, forever. This is why you should look to a good debt elimination system instead. A good system or process is designed to completely eliminate your financial producing a lifestyle that you can enjoy. You deserve to be debt free and not have that burden holding you down.

With the rise of delinquent debt and the outsourcing of that debt to shady collection agencies, having an attorney to protect your interests has become vital.

We have seen a number of unsavory collection agencies use unethical and sometimes illegal means to attempt to collect debt. We have heard stories of repeated phone calls at home and at work, threats of legal action, threats of jail time, threats of wage garnishment and worse.

All of those activities are illegal and contrary to the rights afforded you under federal and state laws, including the FDCPA. Often times, these agencies purchase delinquent debt for pennies on the dollar and then use any means possible to collect from the debtor (you!).

Another scenario that we see is where the first collection agency sells the debt again to another agency, and so on, making it difficult to ascertain whether you actually owe any debt to that company or to any company.

The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act sets forth the specific rights of the debtor and further sets forth the acceptable collection practices that the collector may use.

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