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How can I find debt consolidation thru the govt and not a for profit company?

I have heard bad things about debt consolidators. The gov’t has a program to help but I don’t know how to find them – any ideas?

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6 Responses to "How can I find debt consolidation thru the govt and not a for profit company?"

  1. Micheal B says:
    never heard of it, but i think ill look into that myself.
  2. Robbie says:
    Simple, give the Government a call and ask them whats best.
  3. arnellwest says:
    The Government does not have a program for debt consolidation. There may government resources that will help with your utility payments, etc. . As far as your consumer debt, such as credit cards, dept. store cards, loans, etc you have to apply for a dept consolidation loan through a loan company or a bank.

    Here is a great site that allows you to apply for loans from other consumers. You should visit it and give it a thought. But there are no guarantees that you will get a loan. http://www.prosper.com

  4. Ankita says:
    I don’t think govt. have such program. However not all debt consolidators are bad. If you really need some help, I will suggest you a site. Where you can get your Consultation free of Charge!

    No credit check required to get started with your free debt consultation.

    http://www.wahor.net/debt
    :)

  5. dave says:
    Willow22,

    I don’t know what government program you’re thinking of, but there are non-profit (as well as for-profit) organizations that might be able to help.

    There’s a good article at eHow on steps to take to begin tackling your debt. Take a look at it:

    http://www.ehow.com/how_2326032_avoid-escalating-debt.html
    How to Stop Escalating Debt

    It includes information on companies (both non-profit and for-profit) that can help you with debt consolidation and reduction.

    You can also look here for tips on earning some extra cash online:

    http://www.ehow.com/how_2254361_money-internet.html
    How to make money on the internet, scam-free

    Lastly, here’s an interesting alternative to conventional lending…getting a “social networking” loan from Virgin Money (from the same folks who run Virgin Airlines):

    http://www.ehow.com/how_2310995_student-loan-through-virgin-money.html
    Social Loans from Virgin Money

    Hope these help.

  6. Jennifer says:
    Hi,
    I used “Credit Solution” to settle my debt and avoid bankruptcy.They managed to reduce my debt up to 58%.It’s legitimate.I came across this company on NBC News Special Edition.Check it out here:
    http://lnkurl.com/25

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