It has now become almost a daily occurrence for me to help a consumer fix the mess that a debt settlement company has dropped them into. The universal reaction from my clients after I explain how debt settlement really works and why the program they have been sold never even had a shot at working, is “How could I have possibly signed up into such a horrible deal?”
If you are a victim of a debt settlement program gone bad, you are not alone. In fact you are in the super majority. Most debt settlement programs do not work simply because many of them are designed to best profit the company and not actually help the client.
The bottom line is that most consumers who are struggling financially are easy to scam, lie to, take advantage of, manipulate, and sell horrible financial solutions to.
Why? Because consumers in debt are often:
5. Feeling alone
6. Looking for a miracle solution
I understand that consumers in financial trouble are afraid to turn to their normal sphere of influence because they don’t want their friends or family to know about their current struggles. However, when making important financial decisions, consumers need to have someone who is not emotionally involved in the process to look out for them. In the moment, it is easy to fall victim to something that in hindsight and removed from the situation they would clearly see made absolutely no financial sense.
If you are currently having financial challenges, speaking with me will give you the unbiased and straight forward information you need to make the right decision, without the worry that your personal business will get passed around your office water cooler or your next family gathering.
The consumers in this video did not have the proper guidance when trying to make an educated financial decision. Instead they listened to the promises of a debt relief sales person and their unfortunate result is certainly the norm, not the exception.