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2SettleMyDebt.com Informative - Ripped Off By Debt Settlement Companies?

Review by DebtorBasher on 2009-06-12
SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA -- I came across this information and wanted to pass it along to the many people who are suffering through financial hardships. As I've said many times in the past, people CAN negotiate with their creditors themself and not pay fees upon fees for a settlement company to do it for you. Here is a website that will help you do that....................

Press Release
June 12, 2009

Credit and Collections Insider Advocates Communication with Your Creditors as a Departure from Traditional Debt Settlement

Scottsdale, Ariz. - B-EZ Enterprises announces their do it yourself debt settlement website, www.2SettleMyDebt.com, exceeded their month one subscription projections in just ten days. The developer of their website is a credit and collections industry insider, who advises consumers to work directly with their creditors at the first signs of financial hardship. The advice provided to consumers is simple: By communicating with your creditors at the early signs of financial hardship, the majority of creditors are willing to negotiate favorable terms for repayment or settlement of the consumer's debt.

This patent pending website was developed because the inventor was tired of seeing consumers being deceived by debt settlement companies. The fact is, debt settlement companies are providing a service consumers could accomplish without their assistance, provided they had the right tools. This would enable the consumer to avoid the signup fees, maintenance fees and other fees allowing them to resolve their indebtedness faster.


2SettleMyDebt.com provides the user with secure internet access to databases and preformatted letters that allow individuals to negotiate directly with their creditors. The website advises consumers to act in good faith with their creditors at the moment they first realize they are having financial hardships. This could alleviate the additional interest, fees and higher balances they unknowingly would accumulate through a traditional debt settlement company.


Current users have stated that the web based program is "very easy to use". It should be, the entire website was designed with the end user in mind. Each offer letter generated also provides the creditor with a secure website https://www.creditoracceptance.com to respond to the offers. The creditor can accept, reject or make counteroffers from this website. Once the creditor has responded, the consumer is immediately notified via email.
Comments:13 Replies - Latest reply on 2009-06-15
Posted by DebtorBasher on 2009-06-12:
I'll have the 2SettleMyDebt.com link on my blog.
Posted by BokiBean on 2009-06-13:
Very helpful!
Posted by DebtorBasher on 2009-06-13:
Thanks...it wasn't on the front page for very long...so, not sure how many people read it...so, that's why I put the link on my blog, for people who will come across this problem in the future...I can refer them to it.
Posted by BokiBean on 2009-06-13:
I think its extremely important information, and could possibly save someone who is desperate from being scammed by one of those operations that doesn't help, instead of a good cause like this.. Good going!
Posted by BokiBean on 2009-06-13:
DB, when you say the "front page", where exactly is that? I'm not sure that I've ever seen it, but I've seen people refer to it often.
Posted by DebtorBasher on 2009-06-13:
When I say the Front Page...I mean the Home Page. The page that has the lastest reviews listed when you first sign onto M3C.
Posted by BokiBean on 2009-06-13:
Oh! I usually start out right on the Community page..no wonder I don't see the home page often. Thanks!
Posted by 2SettleMyDebt on 2009-06-14:
I read these posts and just had to sign up just to say “Thank you” for your positive feedback on our website.
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-06-14:
Indeed.
Posted by Ponie on 2009-06-14:
Great to see someone take the initiative and make money on something that too many people lack--common sense. Many consumers just wait until they're threatened with judgments before they even try contacting their creditors.
Posted by DebtorBasher on 2009-06-14:
You're very welcome 2Settle...and thanks for visiting my thread.
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-06-15:
Excellent as always DB, Very Helpful.
Posted by DebtorBasher on 2009-06-15:
Thank you Sir Super.

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