Dealing with Credit Card Debt


The need that some people have for so many things cluttering their lives is really having an effect on the ever increasing credit card debt. As every year passes, the number of people that become victims of the banks willingness to grant ever increasing credit card limits is growing to plague proportions. And if the limits are not raised enough then the consumer has plenty of options available to get credit cards from other suppliers.

The recent Global Financial Crisis should have been the wake up call for the banking institutions as credit card debts are spiraling out of control. However, no one it seems is prepared to bite the bullet and say “enough is enough.” There is just too much money to be made by big banks in this arena.

Consumers on the other hand, especially those who are stuck in the “debt trap” and use their credit cards to live off of, are left struggling each month just trying to make the minimum monthly payments … and getting nowhere fast! The problem is not going to go away anytime soon and the financial institutions continue to allow credit in ever increasing amounts to people who can ill afford to be in debt.

If you have several credit cards then you are at risk of becoming a statistic in this credit-debt-bankruptcy spiral. In most bankruptcy cases credit card debt is the prime reason for the financial crisis. The last thing on people’s minds when they are over-purchasing on their credit card is the additional interest they will be paying on top of the ticket price and how long they will be paying for the item because of the high interest rates.

We suggest you stop all this nonsense and take control of your life. Our professional debt counselors can show you ways to systematically reduce your reliance on credit, while at the same time, start you on a plan to reduce your current debt though our negotiation process. You can start the process on your own by going to your local office supply store and purchase a paper shredder for $29.95. Then, when that new offer for gold, zero percent, credit card offer comes in, you can shred it before even opening the envelope. By doing this, you have literally started the wheels rolling to become debt free

Next, you can start eliminating any extra credit cards that you might have. There is absolutely no need for you to have any more than one credit card and link it to your bank account. Create a family budget and allocate a regular amount each month to reducing your credit card debt and set that as a scheduled payment to your credit card.

Begin to stop your reliance and dependence on your credit cards, while at the same time, let one of our debt reduction specialist show you how we can negotiate and settle your current debt (if it is over $20,000) for a fraction of what you owe.

There is only one person responsible for the debts that have accumulated on your credit cards and so start to take action today to gain control of your life again. Make that toll free call today and get your life back … literally!