Debt Consolidation may be better then bankruptcy
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Common Questions

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Can I negotiate with creditors on my own?

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Although technically possible, it’s like asking if you could build your own bridge across a large river. G iven the time, knowledge, and resources, you very well could negotiate your own debt management plan. But, if you want to save time, frustration, and money, it’s best to let seasoned professionals do the work for you. Remember, a successful credit counseling service such as Credit Advisors has years of experience and contacts in the field, working with creditors on a first name basis. Some creditors actually finance a portion of the administrative costs of a debt management plan and provide the best concessions through such a program, so in many ways it does not make financial sense to negotiate it for your self.

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