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Settle My Debt (Consolidation Loan)
Settle My Debt is one of the first organisations in the UK to offer Debt Settlement. This means that they will liaise with your creditors on your behalf to get you debt free, sooner than you may think. This is a lot more effective than a debt management plan or IVA and you are guaranteed your money back if Settle My Debt are unsuccessful in reducing your debt payments.
1. NO monthly fee
2. Pay a smaller percentage
3. Debt could be paid off in half the time
4. Lower your monthly payments
5. Freeze interest and charges on your debts
Identification Required
Initially personal and debt details.
Suitable For
Those that are looking at debt management or IVA options.
Terms & Conditions
The average customer becomes debt free in about 40 months.
Once your advisor has all of the facts, they will explain ALL of the options you have and will carefully inform you of ALL the pro’s and cons of each option. You will then have enough information to make an informed decision about your debts and which way you want to go.
Credit Check: NoInstant Decision: Yes
Online Application: YesSecured Loan: No
Unsecured Loan: NoMobile Loan: No
Debit Cards: NoBank Account: No
Loan Duration
Minimum Term: 6 Months
Maximum Term: 12 Months
Loan Amounts
Amount: Varies depending on debt
Minimum Advance: N/A
Maximum Advance: N/A
Costs, Rates & Fees
Representative APR: N/A
Settle My Debt (Which Way To Pay - 21/2/2014)
Settle My Debt is ranked 3 out of 5. Based on 1 review.

3 Star Rating

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