The following information is designed to assist you to put together a self-directed debt repayment plan with the creditor listed.
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However, it is good information to use to get an understanding of the types of things the creditor may do to assist you when working directly with them to create a repayment plan you can afford.
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DIY Credit Counseling Terms
|Payment % of Balance:||Same|
|Minimum Payment Required:||Same|
|Interest Rate Reductions Available:||No|
|May Bring Account Current After Some Payments:||Yes|
|May Stop Late and Overlimit Fees:||No|
|Requires a Full Budget to Grant Terms:||No|
Terms subject to change without notice.
- Payment % of Balance: – The minimum payment the creditor is looking for. For example, if the formula is 3% of the balance then multiply your balance by the percentage. Let’s say your balance is $1,000. To calculate your minimum payment you would multiply 1000 x .03. The minimum payment would be $30.
- Minimum Payment Required: – This is the minimum payment the creditor is looking for. If your calculated minimum payment is less than this amount you will need to increase it to at least this amount.
- Interest Rate Reductions Available: – The creditor has been know or currently does reduce interest rates when consumers are on special repayment programs.
- May Bring Account Current After Some Payments: – If you are delinquent on your account the creditor does or has been known to bring accounts current when making special payments.
- May Stop Late and Overlimit Fees: – Some creditors may stop late and overlimit fees when special payment plans are agreed to.
- Requires a Full Budget to Grant Terms: – Creditor may require a complete budget before agreeing to special terms. A budget guide may be found my free ebook you can download, Eliminate Your Debt Like a Pro.
- Secret Phone Number to Reach Representative: This is the telephone number to reach a special payment representative.
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