Should I Be Afraid of Eagle Debt Relief? – Karen

Unemployed because of a liquidation of the company I was working for and unemployment doesn’t pay enough to cover my bills.

I was trying to research about Eagle Debt Relief and I am afraid of scams. I am trying to get out of debt.

Karen

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Sincerly,
Steve

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4 thoughts on “Should I Be Afraid of Eagle Debt Relief? – Karen”

  1. Karen whatever you do research any and all companies you talk to. Look at all your options including cccs, debt settlement, and even talk to a bk attorney.

    If you go with a cccs company I’d look into someone like incharge debt or another nonprofit 501c credit counseling company

    If you do debt settle go with a company that is 100% compliant with the new FTC guidelines doesn’t charge any upfront fees and has been in business atleast 3 years.

    If your filing bankruptcy talk to a reputable lawyer who will work with you on his retainer slot of BK Attoneys are allowing payment plans. I would recommend filing a chapter 7 unless you have signafact assets that are liquadable and non exempt

    Whatever route you choose make sure you feel 100% comfortable with your decision! The worse thing you can do to yourself drop out of any of these programs after you make a commitment.

    Reply
  2. Karen whatever you do research any and all companies you talk to. Look at all your options including cccs, debt settlement, and even talk to a bk attorney.

    If you go with a cccs company I’d look into someone like incharge debt or another nonprofit 501c credit counseling company

    If you do debt settle go with a company that is 100% compliant with the new FTC guidelines doesn’t charge any upfront fees and has been in business atleast 3 years.

    If your filing bankruptcy talk to a reputable lawyer who will work with you on his retainer slot of BK Attoneys are allowing payment plans. I would recommend filing a chapter 7 unless you have signafact assets that are liquadable and non exempt

    Whatever route you choose make sure you feel 100% comfortable with your decision! The worse thing you can do to yourself drop out of any of these programs after you make a commitment.

    Reply

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