I have recently hired a company called Supreme Advocates. My first payment doesn’t come out till the 26th of this month but the thought came to my mind to research them some more.
I did see 3 bad reviews and a few good ones but b4 this scheduled payment go through, I want to be sure this company is legit.
Also, I have settled and paid 3 debts on my own so far and I’m not even sure if I need then anymore.
The biggest debt wants 3 payments of 2000 (this us after settling) and it’s for this only reason that I’ve considered a debt settlement company; to make smaller payments on this particular account.
Is Supreme Advocates a legit company to trust with my debt settlements?
I’m not quite sure what “legit” means to you. It might mean if they legally authorized to do business in your state, or if they get good settlements.
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If you are having some reservations you should absolutely talk to the company and get answers to address your concerns.
If you’ve already paid off three debts on your own then those should not be included in a settlement program.
So it sounds like you have one debt that is the biggest concern. Maybe Supreme Advocates has dealt with them before and knows the best settlement available. Or maybe they have a habit of going for the easiest settlement just to collect fees.
It is up to you if you want to attempt to tackle the debt yourself. You might want to read Debt Settlement Pros and Cons. My No BS Guide to Settling Your Debt.
As it stands right now, you appear to have some buyer’s remorse or insecurity in the decision you made. You should absolutely deal with those nagging issues and make sure you are confident you made the right decision for you.
Only you know if you are comfortable with the choices you’ve made. Nobody else can tell you that.