I am trying to help my sister after I talked to her and her involvement with World Law Debt. She has $36K in unsecured debt. She is desperate and has answered a mailer from World Law Debt. I am skeptical about the company and after reading many comments about it, I hope you can assist my sister find a better option.
She does want to settle her debt and needs an affordable payment plan. She has had a couple of unfortunate events that have placed a strain on her finances.
She has four credit cards which have high interest rates and she is paying mostly interest and cannot see the end to the payments.
Can you please advise.
Can you assist in finding a reputable debt consolidation or debt relief company? Can you offer advise and point her in the right direction?
While I don’t have enough information to try and advise your sister on the best approach for her to resolve her financial situation, I can provide the names of some debt relief companies that I would encourage her to research and compare to World Law before she makes any decisions. From what I have seen and heard about World Law from other consumers, I am certainly not impressed with what they do.
She can go to my website at http://DamonDay.com/best-debt-management-programs.
If she mentions my name when she speaks with them, they do have fee discounts available as well.
In regards to your sisters overall financial situation, she may want to consider scheduling a telephone consultation with me while she is at my website so we can take a look at her circumstances in detail and figure out if debt settlement is an appropriate solution given her current financial goals.
Damon is a talented independent debt coach that provides in-depth assistance and consultations for people struggling with debt. If you want a personal debt coach to help you through a difficult situation or want assistance to find secret discounts offered by debt settlement companies I think Damon Day is an excellent person to contact for advice and assistance. He can be reached directly at DamonDay.com
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