My credit was really bad and all my stuff was getting into collections, and I couldn't pay for it. I then looked into relief help to get my credit back up. I called National Debt Relief and set it up and they did the rest. I only talked to them a couple of times. I really hadn't had to do too much, and National Debt Relief seems to handle it very well. I've already settled two debts.
I piled on a lot of credit card debt so I needed to relieve that. National Debt Relief has been fantastic, both on the phone and through email. They have been very helpful and very polite all the time. I'm not scared to answer my phone for random number anymore 'cause it's not gonna be someone asking me for money. The payment plan is automatic payment and when they get an offer to relieve a certain card, I can just do over email so I don't have to call all the time and it's very convenient and helpful.
We were having some difficulties and so to get back on track, we thought we would need some help of National Debt Relief. So far, we've been really pleased with them. They’ve been nothing but wonderful. They've also been very helpful and energetic. Whenever a milestone has been met or they have some good news, they'll call us and be excited for us. It has been some relief for us.
All of my accounts were closed off, but I kept paying on them. I googled about debt consolidators and it was nice to know that I didn't have to negotiate with the banks anymore and I could just have someone as my third party to advocate for me. Working with National Debt Relief has been super easy. They've called me every step of the way, which is really nice, and they were very transparent as far as all of the paperwork and what needed to get done. They showed me how the account worked, what it would look and how much it would be. It was really reasonable and made sense.
The last interaction that I had with them, they called me to let me know that I have two accounts that were willing to settle and that they were going to do that. It was really cool because it was faster than I anticipated it to be. I have just signed up with them and they were already negotiating to lower the cost down. The people are always responsive whenever I have questions or concerns. They've been very pleasing when I had conversations with them. I came into terms that I needed help, and I appreciated that I have someone empathizing with me and able to make me feel comfortable in my situation. I've been recommending National Debt Relief to a lot of my friends that are in similar situations.
I'm trying to dig myself out of the debt that I've accrued and National Debt Relief negotiated settlements on my behalf. I talked to a couple of different people there and all of them were very pleasant, very informative, and there to help me out. They knew what they were doing and how to solve my issues. My overall experience is good. I have a set budget that I pay biweekly and it doesn't go up or down as of right now. I'm comfortable with knowing that I have to put X amount of dollars in biweekly. It's really a lot easy to manage my debt that way.
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We have a small business and we want to build or expand so that we could do more with it. We just got started with National Debt Relief and they're now starting to pay the credit card debts off. They made negotiations with a couple of the creditors and we're gonna see how it works out. It's still ongoing but I like that they're doing what they said they'd do. They are also very professional and very informative.
We have gotten ourselves absolutely buried in debt, and then my wife had to take some time off work for cataract surgery. We got behind and we're sinking in it. I had originally contacted Trinity Debt Management. My wife, for one reason or another, said she wasn't comfortable with that. I asked her son to do research for me. I had heard that Trinity had AAA waiting with the Better Business Bureau and they're not even listed with the Better Business Bureau. Also, because of the research that he did, we saw that National Debt Relief had the highest Better Business Bureau rating of all of them.
National Debt Relief have all been very helpful, kind, quick and understanding. We've already settled a couple of our accounts. They certainly had taken a lot of grief and stress off of me. I had to get through a period of some pretty ugly phone calls from some creditors, but that's all been stopped now. It's just really lightened up our stress. We're still pretty new into it but we're very, very happy with National Debt Relief, with all they've done for us, and all they continue to do for us.
I have debts, so I wanted to relieve it. I've been with National Debt Relief and I've had 50 percent of my debt cleared so far. But that's not really saying much because the debt was only about a thousand dollars and I didn't understand the structure of what actually happened before I get into it. So I've been paying into the account $233 every two weeks and the amount doesn't go down as the debt goes down, which I thought it would. I'm wanting to get out of the program as soon as possible. Not necessarily working with the company, but because I'm with the company, they harass and call the staff. The emails and letters in the mail are going to them now and that's great. But it still hasn't resolved my debt yet. I have only been with National Debt since the beginning of the summer.
Another issue is I had one offer for a settlement about a month ago. They wanted $2,000 upfront; I couldn't do that and I asked if we can re-negotiate. A week later, somebody else called me back and offered me the same settlement, the same stipulations and I got a total of seven reliefs. So from the past, I haven't met new relief weekly and I assume it's forgotten to be put on the account that I actually couldn't come over $2,000 on the spot. They said they're sorry about that and then they haven't called me back yet. Then I got an email saying that a law office is actually re-negotiating it for me now. I'm still hoping for a result and I'm wanting to get out of the program as soon as possible.
Nothing but positive things to say about National Debt Relief. They began working with my creditors quickly and have negotiated down to credit cards to half of what I originally owed. They don't play around. Highly recommend!!!
I've been very impressed with National Debt Relief. They've done a wonderful job for me when my bills were getting out of hand, and I appreciate it very much. They took care of my major debt. It was over $5,000 and they got it down to $1,500. The nice thing about it was I got to make the decision on my own - they didn't try and force me to do things.
Some changes came in my life where a thousand dollars extra was not coming in anymore. So I had to make a debt because the bills continued on. When they disappear, I thought that the debt would disappear too. I had to try to break my income down so I can afford to pay one lump sum to bills and then try to keep my car, house, insurance, and all that stuff. I'm overwhelmed with debt and I was looking for someone that could help me to get rid of some of the creditors I have. I called around and talked to George and he told me about National Debt Relief. I thought that was the best I've heard so far; he had the best offer 'cause I had talked to a couple of others. Their customer service is among the best as well.
I haven't really finished with them yet, but I'm hoping that I am on the road to recovery because I'm retired and on a fixed income. I'm getting too old to have a job but I'm able to drive. So between National and me trying to drive Uber, it might work out. Instead of sleeping two or three hours, now I can get up to about six hours a night now. That's good because I couldn't rest as that's how bad the debt was. Also, my pressure was not high anymore. And when they say relief, that was a big help to me because I had to find somebody that I can feel comfortable with.
They gave me some good information on who we have to check. Then they said my check didn't go through and that doesn't happen except that I didn't hear nothing about my creditors. They gave me feedback on a couple of others but I haven't heard from them concerning some of them. I would like for them to call me about the other creditors so I can know where we are standing. All in all, the company itself has treated me fairly. They have done what they say they were gonna do. It's been good so far.
Other places bent me over and took my money so when I needed some help, I decided to contact the team from National Debt Relief. They've been outstanding. Working with them has been great. I would recommend them.
I got an an email with a contact to call. I called him on a Saturday morning. He said he was on the other line and would call me back in about 45 minutes. Never called me back. I called again on Monday. I talked to him and he got some info from me. I have not heard from him since. I called Tuesday at 12:00 Central. They said he had not come in yet. I left a message. Have not heard from him. (It is now Friday). I am shocked to see all the good reviews as I did not have a good experience. I think it may have been my consultant. I went with Freedom and am already enrolled in their program. I would recommend them.
We've had calls back and forth, and when they contacted me they told me what kind of offers they had. It hasn't made a big impact so far. But it's a little relieving not to get as many calls. And so far, I've had a good experience with them.
It's been wonderful working with National Debt Relief. They're trying to get my debt down to where it's a manageable deal. They've had a couple of problems with my debtors, but that's understandable. We started out at $250, now we're up to $400, it's gonna go back to $300 and something a month, which I'm okay with that. Their staff has been helpful, courteous and kept me informed. They worked with me very well as far as getting things that they needed. I got all that taken care of and we're gonna see how it works from there.
When I decided to consolidate my bills I was drowning in my bills and felt like I wasn't getting anywhere. Once I joined NDR I have had a weight lifted off my shoulders knowing that I am getting the help I so longed looked for. The representatives that have contacted me are very nice and helpful.
I looked into relief help since I had a lot of credit issues and I wanted to get my credit score up, and I want to buy a house in a few years. A friend of mine recommended National Debt Relief. I had two brief phone calls with two different people, but overall, they went very well. They were very nice and welcoming, and I had a great customer experience. So far, they have brought my credit score up by close to 100 points. That has definitely been helping me for the future endeavors that I want to encounter.
I had a lot of medical bills to pay and I've been using my credit card. The only way to pay off my credit card is to ask for help. National Debt Relief has been very nice, friendly and they treat me well. I just started working with them but they made a solution of one credit card already. The other credit was $13,000. I sent a message yesterday and I didn't receive any answer yet but I will.
I wasn't able to pay off my debts and wanted to try to manage it. National Debt Relief made a few mistakes in the beginning but later rectified everything. So far, they were able to make settlements with two of my creditors. Their team members always call immediately and keep me up-to-date on stuff. I'm happy with my experience.
National Debt Relief made me feel more relieved. They've settled a couple of my credit cards and it's made me breathe a little easier. Their reps have all been good and very helpful.
I had a stroke and got into debt. I didn't have the money to pay off these people, so I was looking for somebody to help. I talked to National Debt Relief and they looked up my credit and told me how their program worked and how they could help me. Every time I have a problem, they would always help and take care of it. Just like the other day when somebody was suing me - they had me fax it over to them and they looked into it and handled it from there. They are dealing with all my creditors and so far, I haven't had them calling me up or writing me. It's working alright so far and I'm recommending them to a friend of mine.
I needed help to get my credit card debt under control without bankruptcy. National Debt Relief took a lot of stress away worrying about how I was going to pay all those credit cards I had. They take the money that I put in my account automatically. So far, they have been nice and I've gotten two cards that have made an agreement that we paid off.
I was interested in getting a home. Then I just thought I needed to take the steps and looked into relief help. They were very cordial, nice, and helpful. There wasn't a person that's been particularly bad. It's been outstanding. It has been very easy working with them as far as payments and schedules. One time, I called to make sure everything was going well and the lady I spoke with me was extremely helpful and very funny. She made things a lot easier for me to understand what was going on. It was a very laid back kind of phone call.
I looked into relief help because of the overwhelming number of creditors that I had. I've only talked to National Debt Relief a handful of times, but they've answered my questions as needed every time. I just asked a question and it gets answered without any runaround. Working with them has definitely helped. My phone is no longer ringing off the hook and now I only have one payment versus five or six. l'll be able to get all that debt paid off within 30 months with lower interest rate and it's as simple as it is.
My hours had gotten cut back at work, and I wasn’t able to make minimum payments. And I've gotten so far behind that even if I could have made the very minimum, I still would’ve not been able to make them for all of the cards. I Googled the best debt consolidation companies and National Debt Relief was at the top of the list. Working with them has been great. Everything has been very positive and beneficial to my situation. They’ve had two settlements so far. One was one of the larger amounts and I was pretty surprised to hear about the settlement because of the amount of time between the two I had accumulated debt with my account to really cover it. They worked with me and moved some stuff around so we were able to settle with both companies and pay fees later.
My credit has gone down and I’m in a situation where I can’t even purchase a vehicle, but it’s a step in the right direction which I'm excited about because it’s taken some stress off my plate.
I was trying to get my credit score better, and National Debt Relief has been great. They helped me get some debt cleared up. I recommend them.
For seven months, I was trying to find a job and wasn’t getting hired at the time for whatever reason, so I was behind my bills. I've been working for five months now, and I figured I needed help since I have some debt and there is so much stuff going on in my personal life as well. I figured going with National Debt Relief will help me, and so far, it has. We have a payment plan and we’ve been working towards it, and they’ve been eliminating my debt as well. Everything’s working for me financially.
I like their customer service a lot. Whenever I call, everyone that I talk to has always been very caring and interactive. They always ask me if I have any questions, explain everything to me, and clearly make it known what’s going on and when they are going to settle a debt and things of that nature. They’ve been good to me. I'm happy that they were able to work out all the situation with my financial stuff. Everything is already up to par, and it’s much easier for me to keep track and follow. I haven’t missed a payment ever since, so if everything goes on track, I should be debt-free in three years or hopefully even before then. I need to work two jobs and then still do other stuff to take care of the finances right now, but also, I'm getting a promotion, so I can take care of it even faster.
Working with National has helped me a lot. Everything has been good so far. Even though all the credit card companies are still calling me, I’m not really worried about it. It’s going to get paid as long as I make all my payments. As an addition, the rep also told me that after everything is done and I'm be debt-free, my credit score should go up.
The people at National Debt Relief are very good and helpful. They clarified any doubt I have and they answer every time I have questions. They have been very supportive. They’ve been taking care of most of the debt I had and I still have three more to go. That makes me feel better. I don’t have those constant calls all the time from the companies I owe money to. It is a relief. I’ll definitely recommend them to anybody.
I was to the point where I was getting calls since I couldn’t afford to pay some of my revolving credit lines and medical debt. It needed to be consolidated into one lump sum and with the impact that had on my credit, a refinance or a debt consolidation loan wasn’t possible. National Debt Relief was the only route short of turning to Chapter 7 or 13. Their team has all been professional and thorough and good at the explanation. I've had a few questions on my account and the customer service interactions that I've had since then have been good. I’ve had good communication with the team even after the process started on new adjustments. It’s been a good, positive change so far.
I wanted to alleviate the stress I had in trying to get my credit score up and a friend of mine referred National Debt Relief. I called their guys a handful of times to clarify some things and to give information. Sometimes it was hard ‘cause I got different people so I had to explain things over again and it could be time-consuming, but they were all helpful and nice. I wished I knew a little bit more about the process and everything, though. So far it’s been a good experience. National Debt Relief helped eliminate stress. Trying to improve my credit score and knowing that somebody is helping me is great because it can be really time-consuming to do it by myself. I still like having them there to help me. It has saved me a lot of time. We’ve paid off a couple of items on my credit report and that makes me feel really happy. I would recommend National Debt Relief.
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