Practical Debt Relief Not Charging Upfront Fees Well Before the Oct. 27 Deadline

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Practical Debt Relief, well before the Oct 27th deadline, is not charging up front fees to consumers in debt. Tests and studies indicates that consumers who pay fees only as services are provided are more likely to complete a debt settlement program and report an overall more positive experience.

Practical Debt Relief, Inc., a Davie, Florida based Debt Settlement company, will now be providing its clients expert debt settlement and debt relief services without any upfront fees. With the recent FTC regulation going into effect in just a few weeks, Practical Debt Relief wants to be among the first debt settlement companies in the industry to offer their services for free prior to the ruling and effective immediately.

Why is Practical Debt Relief willing to stop accepting upfront fees from clients even prior to the FTC ruling? Practical Debt Relief understands that a lot of people in America have had bad experiences with certain debt relief companies when trying to pay back their owed credit card debt. These are the types of individuals who need that second chance and Practical Debt Relief wants to be the first to offer them debt relief services.

Debt settlement, also known as Debt Negotiation or Debt Reduction is a proactive approach taken by a consumer in an attempt to reduce their high interest unsecured debts in a shorter period of time. In the past, debt settlement companies would take thousands of dollars in upfront fees before having sufficient funds to properly negotiate on a consumers debts. With the Practical Debt Relief “No Up Front Fee” Get Out Of Debt Program, consumers are guaranteed to see faster results. For more information on how you can benefit from this our services and avoid waiting until October 27, contact us and mention this article.

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