DIY Debt Settlement for Those Interested in Do It Yourself Debt Settlement – Podcast

Here is this weeks podcast where Damon Day, from, and I talk about a number of debt industry issues including:

If it is possible to settle your own debt.

How to begin to approach do it yourself debt settlement.

Hiring a debt settlement company is a smart thing to do if someone does not want to do it themselves.

We discuss the process on how to settle your own debt and what happens as you fall further and further behind.

DIY debt settlement is not magical, it’s just a process and we talk about how the process works.

Why sometimes the best thing you can do is nothing.

We talk about how to deal with creditors when they call. What to say and what not to say.

How to get ready to settle your debt and what to ask for when you do.

Why you should be eager to open the mail from the creditors.

And we talk about the worst things you can do.

If you are thinking about DIY debt settlement, get comfortable and listen to the entire show.

Have questions and want to settle your own debt? Visit the DIY debt settlement section of the forum.

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And if you have a question you’d like to ask, visit and follow the links to ask your question online or the instructions on how you can call in to leave your question for an upcoming show.


You are not alone. I'm here to help. There is no need to suffer in silence. We can get through this. Tomorrow can be better than today. Don't give up.

Damon Day - Pro Debt Coach

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150 thoughts on “DIY Debt Settlement for Those Interested in Do It Yourself Debt Settlement – Podcast”

  1. you’re right Charles but now it’s out of my system, It’s nothing but my passion for the industry speaking.

    My apologies to all.


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