Credit Assessment

Credit Card Debt | Student Loan Debt
Medical Debt

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From Credit Cards to Student Loans to Medical Debt our services help our clients acquire Cash Flow.

  • Assistance from Start to End

  • Dedicated Support Team

  • One Lower Monthly Payment

  • Be Debt Free in 24-48 Months

  • No New Loans

  • No Bankruptcy

We Help Clients Who Are Facing Financial Challenges, such as:

  • Financial Hardship

  • Credit Card Debt

  • Credit Unions

  • Hospital/Medical Bills

  • Business Debt

  • Repossession Balances

  • Collection Accounts

  • Past Due Bills

  • $7,500 in Minimum Debt

  • Private Student Loans

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Cash Flow

How do our services help

with cash flow?

Our Debt Relief/Settlement services offer clients the opportunity to acquire debt-relief and increase

their cash flow.

Debt Relief
Means Trust

How so?

Acquiring debt relief is one of the most important things hovering over the millions of Americans plagued by debt. We provide the solutions to their strife and seek to build a working relationship with them afterwards in order to provide services that are always in their best long term financial best interest and the best interest of their families towards building generational

wealth for them.

Credit Card Debt

How can we help?

Imagine paying $600+ towards unsecured debt knowing that most of it is going towards interest that is delaying your payoff date by many years! Now imagine that in about a year, your entire credit outlook can change!

Student Loans

How many people

are affected?

As of Dec 7th, 2020

the amount of student loan debt in the United States has reached $1.68 Trillion, with the "average" amount per borrower at approximately at $38K, with approximately 11% of those debts at least 90 days past due or in default.


Medical Debt


A study published in the American Journal of Public Health in 2019 found that

66.5% of bankruptcies in the U.S. were due to medical issues like being unable to pay high bills or due to time lost from work.

Rare or serious diseases or injuries can easily result in hundreds of thousands of dollars in medical bills, which can quick wipe out savings and retirement accounts, college education funds, and home equity, regardless of whether the patient or his or her family was able to apply health coverage to a portion of the bill or not.