Debt Settlement Made Simple!
Customized Financial Solutions Specific To You
Debt settlement is the process of negotiating with creditors to reduce overall debts in exchange for a lump sum payment. A successful settlement occurs when the creditor agrees to forgive a percentage of the total account balance. Typically, you will need to repay 70% of your debt*. You may want to look into Financial Restoration.
Free Debt Evaluation
Build A Custom Budgeting Plan
Negotiate Up To 30% Of Total Enrolled Debt*
Settle Debt With Multiple Creditors
Financial Freedom Within 2-3 Years
Resolve Your High Interest Debt
Make one low, easy monthly payment.
Good Credit Not Required
You do not need to have good credit to qualify.
No Upfront Settlement Fees
The service fees happen once the debt has been negotiated and approved by all parties.
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Easy Onboarding Process
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100+ Years Of Collective Experience
Let Us Find The Right Financial Solution For You
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Important Legal Disclosures & Information
* Disclosures: Certain material on this website and the information it contains are in connection with unsecured, closed-end personal loans referred by Choice Financial. All loan requests are funded by a third party. Choice Financial has no control over any participating lender’s creditworthiness eligibility criteria. APR/interest rates will vary depending on your specific circumstances and each individual lender’s terms, and range from 4.99%–35.99%. Loan amounts range from $2,000 -- $100,000. Loan repayment terms range from 6 months to 60 months. Not all who respond to this offer will qualify for the lowest interest rate or the maximum loan amount, as excellent credit is required for the best terms.
Choice Financial does not endorse any participating lender, broker, debt settlement provider, financial restoration or other provider, and will not charge you for referring you to any such participating provider. Choice Financial is not a lender or creditor, and does not act as a loan broker, debt relief or settlement provider, financial restoration or credit counseling provider, or a credit services organization. Choice Financial is not a law firm and does not provide legal or bankruptcy services or advice. Choice Financial merely performs research related to its network of lenders, debt settlement providers, financial restoration professionals, and other service providers referenced on the website, and refers you to participating providers with whom you then deal directly. For details, questions, or concerns concerning the specifics of a particular offer, please contact the relevant provider. Lenders may perform credit checks in order to evaluate your eligibility. This service is not available in all states and does not constitute an offer or solicitation for loan products or any other service or product referenced on the website that is prohibited by any state law. Void where prohibited.
Based on past results, individuals that enroll in a debt settlement program and remain in through graduation from the program see savings on their enrolled debts of approximately 40% before fees or 22% when the debt settlement company’s fees are included. There is no guarantee of such savings. Not all debt is eligible and not all clients graduate the program for various reasons, including ability to save the necessary funds. Ensure you understand all program materials prior to enrolling, including the potential impact on creditworthiness.
Lenders we refer to you may be unable to extend credit if the lender determines that you do not meet, or no longer meet, the criteria for which you were initially approved for an offer. Loan approval is subject to verification and confirmation of certain information, including, but not limited to, your identity, credit history, and acceptance by the lender. Choice Financial or relevant lenders may request verification of relevant information, including income, employment, or other information. Your APR will be determined based on verification of your credit and other criteria at time of completing the lender’s loan application.
** In order to check your loan options with the lenders in Choice Financial’s network, Choice Financial will perform a “soft” credit pull, which will not affect your credit score, to review certain of your credit report information. Choice Financial will use the information obtained from this soft credit pull to determine the options available to you. If you decide to proceed with one of the available loan options, and choose to complete a loan application, the lender will request your full credit report from one or more of the consumer reporting agencies. This is considered a “hard” credit pull and may affect your credit score.