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Title: How Do You Evaluate Debt Consolidation Companies?

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When you go around shopping for a debt consolidation company, the chances are that you will be thoroughly confused. The various advertisements probably give you the impression that all your financial woes are going to be over, in a jiffy. That is not so. There are many debt consolidation companies that operate scams on unsuspecting people like you.

You need to be savvy enough to be able to evaluate these companies. Begin with the reputation the debt consolidation company you are considering has. Start by checking with the Better Business Bureau (BBB). You can find out if they have any complaints registered against them. You need to be able to ask them a few correct questions, and listen to their answers.

Ask them the kind of services and solutions they provide. Debt consolidation companies come out with various solutions, such as negotiating with your creditors to re-schedule your monthly payments, debt consolidation loans, home equity loans or lines of credit, among a plethora of other solutions. Every solution may have its own advantages and disadvantages and you need to learn about them in detail. The debt consolidation expert should be able to provide you with a solution most beneficial to you, financially.

Ask what kind of fees they charge. They may charge a monthly fee equal to 10 percent of your monthly installment they negotiate with your creditors, in addition to a one time set-up fee. Check to see if there are any hidden charges involved. Have them put in writing your request for a free quote listing all the charges involved.

Ask them whether they receive any kind of consideration from the creditors. Especially take care when dealing with 'non-profit' companies.

Check for their legitimacy. There are many companies involved in debt consolidation scams and frauds. They never disclose their physical addresses, and have only voice-mail services.

Evaluate the above and select the debt consolidation company that meets with your approval.

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