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Get a New Deal! Call Today: 888-906-1150
One low program payment
Settle your debts for less than you owe
Resolve your unsecured debts in 18 to 60 months
No Up Front Fees - Don't Pay Till You See Results!
Debt Settlement
Franklin Debt Relief specializes in debt settlement, also known as debt negotiation, a service where we negotiate with your creditors to get them to agree to accept payment of less than you owe to satisfy your full debt. Unlike other options, such as credit counseling or debt consolidation loans, our program does not seek to reduce your credit card?s interest rates but rather its principal balance. If you are looking for aservice that provides one low program payment and an opportunity to pay off your debt for less than you owe and in a short-time frame, then call us now at 888-906-1150 or submit a form.
Debt Reduction
When successfully completed, Franklin Debt Relief’s “New Deal” program is in many cases the cheapest and fastest debt reduction* program available to consumers outside of bankruptcy. Who qualifies for debt reduction? First, only unsecured debts are eligible for our plan. The most common unsecured debts are credit cards, medical bills, collections accounts, department store cards, and balances left over from repossessions.
Debt Relief
Another important qualification for our “New Deal” program is you must actually be in need of debt relief. That is, if you are not overextended and can pay back the debt without third-party help, chances are Franklin Debt Relief will not be of much help to you. Many of our clients are in need of debt relief because of a financial hardship. Being in a state of hardship is broadly defined and deals with a number of financially catastrophic events, from loss of employment and divorce, to overwhelming medical bills or anything else that may have caused a consumer to accumulate high credit card balances and been unable to pay them back. By underwriting who qualifies for our debt relief program, it's possible to save our clients much more money.
Many of our clients seek our services as an option to bankruptcy. By offering one, low monthly payment to the program, our clients are able to pay what they can afford while potentially avoiding the harsh consequences of a bankruptcy filing. Bankruptcy stays on your credit for up to 10 years and in legal records for up to 20 years. So even when you apply for a loan or job 15 years down the road, you may be obligated to answer “Yes” to the “Have you ever filed bankruptcy?” on a loan or job application. When you factor in the emotional consequences of filing, it makes even more sense for some consumers to seek another solution.
Bankruptcy Alternative
Franklin Debt Relief’s “New Deal” is an innovative bankruptcy alternative for consumers struggling with excessive debt burdens. In many cases, FDR’s “New Deal” offers the lowest monthly program payment, shortest timeline, and least total cost of any alternative to bankruptcy. Unlike many competitors, we also offer a money back guarantee on our service fees.
Debt Negotiation
We’re confident that FDR’s “New Deal” program is the best solution for many consumers with overwhelming debt burdens. However, we also understand that debt negotiation is not for everyone, so give us a call to see if you qualify and find out whether this program is right for you. If you aren’t eligible or our program doesn’t fit your situation, we’ll refer you to an affiliate that can better service your needs.
*The debt is negotiated, not all creditors may negotiate or provide settlement offers, full program participation is required, and that by reduce the company means that upon successful completion of the program the consumer's settlements should be less than their debts.

-Anyone considering bankruptcy should speak with a bankruptcy attorney licensed in their state.

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