Shelter your liquid assets like checking or savings accounts from creditor collection procedures.
Allow you to immediately stop making payments to credit card companies without fright of lawsuits or judgments.
Provide access to resources and information to help you protect yourself and your assets from unwanted creditors.
Allow you to redirect collection phone calls to an answering service that would not give out any personal information.
Provide a reply service to creditors seeking payment that would permit you to exercise all of your legal rights under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
Provide leverage to allow you to negotiate debt down to around fifteen or twenty cents on the dollar.
Help you access appropriate means to restore your credit score before or after you have settled with creditors.
Provide information on how to negotiate with collection agencies to avoid having them issue a 1099-C for the imputed income.
Provide 24/7 access to customer service for questions or to deal with concerns.
Provide drafted responses to creditors who threaten legal action.
Accept credit cards as payment for services provided.
Offer payment options that allow you to pay as you go if you have no available credit.
Plan B Debt Relief Scam
As you can see we provide a comprehensive program of asset protection and creditor deterrence that facilitates a favorable debt resolution for the debtor. A key component to our program is its ability to deter creditors from pursuing collection actions. All creditors have a certain method and procedure they follow to attempt to collect delinquent debts and our system complicates that process and reduces their effectiveness and increases their costs. This often makes the account too difficult to pursue and the creditor ultimately gives up, moves on to the next case, and sells the uncollectable account to someone else.
Unlike debt settlement, that tries to negotiate a payoff for some amount less than the original debt with the original creditor, debt resolution forces accounts into collection. Since the original creditors are blocked from taking the usual legal recourse to collect, they will sell off the debt to a collection agency as part of a large block of other delinquent debts. You should know that the debt collectors don‘t have to collect on every debt in order to make a significant profit.
Armed with this knowledge, our system thwarts any attempt by a creditor to take your money, and puts you in a much stronger position to negotiate a pay off your debts for much less than using any other method of debt relief. Basically, if they can‘t take your money, they have to take what you are willing to give them. Now that you know the rules are different when dealing with a collection agency, and that they only have about five cents on the dollar into your account, you can use that to your advantage.
Offering a collection agency ten cents on the dollar actually gives them an exit strategy by getting something for their trouble, and in reality they have still doubled their investment in your account! Any prudent business would rather get something, even if it were far less than they had anticipated, than nothing at all. Of course this type of settlement can only come when you have sufficient leverage to force them to take such a settlement offer. It is the asset protection part of the program that provides this leverage and it must be done right to pass scrutiny.