Do you need help managing your debt? Are you looking for a debt management program that you can trust to walk you through the steps of credit repair? Learn here about how FamilyMeans' Debt Management Program can benefit you:
Through consistent, agreeable “power payment” arrangements on a debt management program, you can often reduce:
While making your payments, you will build a better credit and payment history, reduce your debt to positively impact your debt-ratio and credit score. Becoming debt-free within a 5-year time-frame will be a positive boost to your credit score and future financial options!
The FamilyMeans Debt Management Program can help stop the never-ending credit cycle if you are always “borrowing from Peter to pay Paul.” While on the program, you will follow budgeting practices to keep the spending in line with available income. And, you are not allowed to borrow or apply for new credit while on the debt management program, so the ever-climbing balances will stop. By implementing this structure, you will ultimately be taking steps to change your financial habits, which means, you'll be taking control of your money instead of letting it control you.
When payments are sent to creditors on a Debt Management Program, the documentation and record-keeping is another way for you to have proof of payments sent. And the Debt Management Program Department will research issues if a payment is misapplied or missing.
The Debt Management Program Department is available to answer questions and trouble-shoot issues if you need help working with the creditors on the program. To speak with the Debt Management Program staff, call 651-789-4006 or 1-800-780-2890 (#2), available Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm. Or email the Department at email@example.com.
For questions or updates regarding your account, inability to pay, loss of income, budgeting needs or additional debts to be paid through the Debt Management Program, call your counselor or the Debt Management staff.
The Debt Management Program staff can be reached by calling (651) 789-4006 or toll free (800) 780-2890 ext 4006. Or email them directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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