Financial health is no different to your physical health. Just as you would seek a remedy for a cold or flu, you should also seek a remedy for any negative financial symptoms they may be showing.
What is Debt Remedy?
DebtBusters offers a debt remedy and debt advice service to clients who have accumulated a poor credit record. DebtBusters aim to reduce client’s debt, clear credit records, remove judgments and rescind summons, thus enabling clients with the ability to freely borrow money and make purchases in the future. Reduces clients lack of knowledge on how to handle credit effectively.
Benefits of debt remedy:
- DebtBusters will draw up a full credit report on clients, determining credit records, judgments, defaults, etc.
- Develops a tailored and supportive debt relief plan
- Establishes debt settlement amounts from credit providers
- Appeals to courts to have judgments rescinded, if necessary
- Educates clients on how improve credit scores and manage their budgets more efficiently
- Increases the chance of clients gaining the ability to borrow money again at a competitive interest rate
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