Are you wondering what a debt reduction planner does to help you reduce monthly payments and take care of your debt? There are various aspects to this service that you probably have not heard of. The first thing that you need to do is to get in touch with a debt reduction planner and then tell them your story. You should be as honest as possible with them regarding the debt that you are in, the reason why you are in the debt and the money that you make that will enable you to pay back the debt.
After you have discussed your situation with the debt reduction planner, you will then be sent an agreement with them so that they can start working on your behalf. The first thing a debt reduction planner will do is contact each of your creditors and let them know you are now enrolled in our program. This does two things. First, it lets everyone in that department know that you have hired a professional organization to help you and to not try contacting you any longer. The second thing it does is start the ball rolling as to what a reasonable settlement might look like. Because our negotiators have excellent relationships with the creditors built up over the years, this experience truly comes into play when dealing with the negotiator representing the credit card company. Without this third party intermediary acting on your behalf, and with you best intention in mind, you are almost guaranteed to get a better settlement that if you ever tried to do this on your own.
At Nationwide, our debt negotiators are only paid when a settlement is made. In addition, the lower the settlement they can get you, the more money they make. Therefore, it is a win-win situation for all parties involved … the negotiator, the creditor and you! In addition, these credit card companies are used to dealing with experienced planners who work on behalf of their clients to help reduce monthly payments on their credit card debt. Once you have signed on with them, you can now step back out of the picture and the negotiator take over the day to day dealings for you.
Finally, at Nationwide, we go the extra mile for you in two ways. When you contact our customer service department your call will be picked up by a live person every time, if you are calling during normal business hours. Second, you will be assigned you won specific client service representative. Therefore, when you call, you can ask specifically for your representative, who will be intimately familiar with your case, and be able to answer most of your questions fairly rapidly.
It is an understatement to say the folks at Nationwide Debt Reduction know debt reduction. To speak with a professional debt advisor please call 1-800-890-6658 and find out for yourself!