What’s so bad about getting a loan for debt consolidation? Let’s say by pledging your house as collateral, the banks gives you a loan and you pay off all your high interest credit cards and loans. So far so good — now you only have the loan to pay off. BUT — your credit cards now have no balance and inevitably, you buy a few things here and there, and before you know it — your credit cards are back at the limit. Now you have the ‘consolidation loan’ and the credit cards. Everybody says, “No that won’t happen to me” or “I’ll never do that” but people do this every day and end up worse off that when they started.

In a study of the efficacy of debt consolidation loans, the FDIC concluded that “…some consumers will increase credit card and other consumer debt after a debt consolidation package is completed, thereby weakening their ability to repay outstanding debts and increasing the likelihood of bankruptcy.” You can see the problem with debt consolidation loans is that you may charge up your credit cards again, which pushes you further in debt.

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About Our Services

Why should I do this?
Start saving thousands on your debt by filling in the short form. This is a limited-time offer, so please take advantage of it and apply NOW.

Is it confidential?
All applications are 100% confidential. There is absolutely NO obligation for filling out this free debt consolidation form and receiving a free debt analysis by phone.

Does it work?
This program is widely considered by debt and credit experts as the most effective way of dealing with debt. And exclusive to our program are some additional features:

No need to own property
This is NOT a loan
Low qualifying debt minimum ($5000)
No credit check


Don’t forget to check out the frequently asked debt consolidation questions for information about our program, why getting a loan is not such a good idea, and more!