Christian Debt Settlement
Christian debt settlement programs have become increasingly popular today. Many Americans have become disillusioned with the changes in our society recently, both in terms of our government, elected officials, new laws which in some ways are contrary to Christian beliefs, and social changes and general upheaval. Has the world gone mad? That is the question which many are asking today.
Now in regards to Christian debt settlement and Christian debt settlement companies, who are these services? How do they work? Do they work? Are they non-profit organizations or are they traditional businesses? These and more are the types of questions being asked among religious circles today and by the everyday American who is concerned at rising personal debt and a U.S. national debt that has risen higher than the walls of Jericho or the tower of Babel for that matter.
Why have the government powers that be (Caesar, if you will) decided to use taxpayer money to bailout outlaw banks and investment firms who go about recklessly and ruthlessly? Who says they are too big to fail? Some “federal” reserve czar that is a chum and golf buddy with all elected officials, sponsoring their re-election campaigns? Why has so much taxpayer money been given to these industries and institutions yet very little has been done to help our fellow Americans who continue to struggle to make ends meet? Christian debt settlement companies have been asking these same types of questions.
The Christian debt settlement model that is followed by many Christian debt settlement companies involves working with both consumers and their creditors, negotiation with the creditors on the behalf of consumers to reach an agreement, a settlement for a reduced amount of the original balance owed. As with all financial industries, the debt settlement industry has rules and regulations that it must follow to the letter. These rules and regulations are mandated by the FTC (Federal Trade Commission). These rules cover such topics as internet marketing, telemarketing, as well as fees and procedures.
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Indeed, Christian debt settlement companies go above and beyond what is required by law when working with consumers and creditors alike. Can debt be forgiven? Yes, it can. Is it right for debt to be forgiven? Yes, it is. These are just a few of the beliefs shared by Christian debt settlement companies. In this day and age, slavery is simply not tolerated by society. Strangely, in most countries slavery of another kind is tolerated slavery in the form of debt bondage. Didn't indentured servants go the way of the dinosaur? For the developed world, the answer is yes. Therefore, one should not feel confined or a slave to debt for the remainder of one's life when there are effective programs and services designed to help them break free from the chains and bondage of debt.
To understand Christian debt settlement we must first understand what debt settlement is and how it works. Essentially, Christian debt settlement providers negotiate (aggressively when necessary) on behalf of their clients with their creditors to reach a settlement for a reduced amount. These debt negotiations can last a few days, a few weeks, or even a few months before a settlement is reached. The savings can be significant. It's important to note that only unsecured debt can be negotiated. These are accounts in which no collateral was put up. Unsecured debt includes credit card debt, medical bills, personal loans and judgments. Fortunately, these are the types of debt which have been causing much weeping and gnashing of teeth across the land.
Christian debt settlement companies are there to lend a helping hand to their fellow Americans in need. We invite you to get a free debt evaluation today. It's quick, easy, and confidential. So what are you waiting for? Get started today!
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