About National Debt Relief
National Debt Relief is one of the largest debt settlement companies in the nation. Our goal is to help clients re-establish financial stability and peace of mind in the least amount of time possible. We will work hard to provide experience and proven results through education and individual customer care.
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- No-charge initial consultation
- Free debt relief quote
- Numerous accreditations
- Will need to pay percentage of debt settled
National Debt Relief works best for those with a minimum debt of $10,000. Although you will need to pay a portion based on the debt settled, National Debt Relief can help consumers escape the cycle of debt and become financially independent.
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I got laid off from my previous job and had to take a $26,000 pay cut to get another one. I was living on credit and was never gonna catch up. It was ridiculous, but National Debt Relief had made three deals to settle, so far. Their people have been very courteous and helpful. I like the company and would recommend them.
I was investigating about bankruptcy and a lot of different options and advice on it. Then I ran across some posts on people as to how they got out of trouble and they mentioned National Debt Relief. They said these people are highly rated, quality company, reputable and that encouraged me to call them. I did an online form on email and I got a response back the next day if not sooner, maybe even the same day. There was someone who seemed very confident, encouraging and sympathetic telling me I've done the right thing. It was amazing to me how quick and competent the person was who gave me that call. It was a hard sales pitch, but on the other hand it made me feel supported and comfortable that somebody was saying I made the right choice. I was advised of the technical reasons why I made the right choice and that trying to pay off used credit cards fully over a long period of time is probably not the best option for my situation.
Working with National Debt Relief saved me time and has made life easier. I still don't know how the outcome is going to be. I'm expecting I can get hauled into court, but I'm not too worried about it. I feel like it's basically taken a burden off of me because before I was not able to keep up with my credit card payments. It was definitely getting worse and so instead I wrote all these letters to all my creditors. I explained what was going on and it seemed like there's been a general acceptance by the creditors but they tried to discouraged me. Some of them did because they didn't want that option, but it seems like most of them even the ones that are hardest to deal with eventually accepted it and so far no problems. So I think it's going to work out.
I was trying to get back on track of my debt. I called National Debt Relief to see if they could help me. My experience has been nothing but positive and they helped me get out of debt.
I wanted to improve my credit for the purposes of buying a home in a couple of years and my experience with National Debt Relief has been great. They are courteous and very helpful. They are helping me with my credit.
Me and my husband's finances change so I looked into debt relief. I talked to a couple of staff from National Debt Relief and they gave me an update. They were doing really well but I haven’t heard in the last two months. I was just about to call them and ask for some updates on what we are waiting on because I haven’t had one and I did not like that. So far, I have not seen a big change but I'm giving it a few more months. Also, just a suggestion on how they could be better. They should call at least once a month to see if we have questions or if everything looks good even if there's no activity going on on a personal account.
My life was a mess and I was trying to pay off my debts without filing bankruptcy, which I don't have the money to do anyway. So, I sought the help of National Debt Relief. We've got a long way to go but their reps were courteous.
My wife and I were very interested in finding something and then I heard about debt relief through the radio on the same day so it was telling me to do it. National Debt Relief's response is amazing. They made us feel like we've been friends for so many years. They made us feel so comfortable. With my questions, I never had any doubts of any answer they gave me. It's been really solid. While working with them, it's been great. It's been more of breathtaking, more experience and less stress on my shoulders. It makes me feel a lot better knowing that if something were to happen I have National Debt to cover my end. I'm really happy every time and I love them.
National Debt Relief consolidated all my bills and it was a big help. They were very friendly and they helped me every time I called.
We've had to move three times in the past year because of untrustworthy landlords and my husband has health problems. We're supposed to be on Champ, but Champ has been giving us a lot of issues and we got really behind. But the people at National have been really helpful. They said, "Just tell us your debtor and we'll see what we could do to work with you." They're very informed about what's going on and very informative. They know what they're doing and they're very smart. Every time I call in, they all knew exactly how to answer my questions. They're also very polite that they didn't make me feel like I was a bad person for being in debt and that was really helpful. Everything that I've sent into them, I've already got three offers and it's running very smoothly. I've gone through bankruptcy and this is a lot easier than going through bankruptcy. We just got back up and I feel a lot more relieved.
I was going through a divorce and National Debt was recommended to me as part of the divorce. Everybody's been very pleasant and helpful. National Debt has helped me get rid of some of the debt that I took on in my divorce. It's been a year, and still ongoing. For the most part, it's been a good experience.
We had just moved to Washington. We knew we were in debt and that if we don't get out of this hole, it's going to get bigger. And we knew that if we didn't do it now, we're never going to do it ever. So my husband and I decided to look into something that wouldn't hurt our credit where we wouldn't have to declare bankruptcy and they would help us get out of this big, humongous hole, especially since we have the kids. We looked into National Debt Relief and they were perfect. So far, they've met everything that they've promised us. I'm very satisfied.
The best thing I like about them is that they ask for my permission for all of the settlements. They're very flexible and I don't have to go over the phone to give them permission. I could email them which is what I use most and it's so much easier. I had this big elephant lifted off of my shoulders because of them and I can live my life a little normal now knowing that they're handling those affairs.
My debt made me look into relief help and the person I talked to first that set up my account at National Debt Relief was really helpful. We're still early in the process and everybody has been great.
We wanted to clear up our credit so we could buy a house. We then went with National Debt Relief. Everybody at National has been so positive and very helpful. They were great. They let us know each step of the way and talked us through stuff that we don’t understand, and every time I called and asked a question, they’ve answered it. They’ve done a great job with clearing out our debt. They also did it in a timely manner because we wanted it done quickly. It started four months ago, and we only have one thing left and then we're done.
I'm at the point now where I want to return my credit and I've struggled with that for several years ever since my divorce and I wanted to get it taken care of. And with the downtime in the economy, I was unable to make the wages that I may pay this thing. So, I needed help resolving some of my debt. I went with National Debt Relief and their team members have all been very helpful and always answered questions. They've been quick to get back to me with answers and they've been good to work with. They've been very upfront about everything and made sure that they keep in contact, either via phone or email and both.
They've got some resolution with a few of my different accounts but they explained that process. And if they knock out the different accounts, then they move on to the others. We're still in the process of taking care of the early ones. So, right now, not a lot has changed. But I learned to budget better. I still have outstanding balance but I'm making payments to get that taken care of. I've been pleased so far with what National Debt Relief has done. It's easy for me to work them and I'd recommend them.
I was having a tough time last year and then a friend of mine told me about National Debt Relief. The team has been excellent. They were courteous and was able to answer any of our questions. My husband was out of work and fell behind on everything, so with National Debt Relief, I don't have to worry as much.
I'm massively in debt. It was taking me way too long to get out of it and there are too many people harassing me for unusual circumstances. I then looked into relief help and went with National Debt Relief. Everybody I've talked to has been courteous. It hasn't been long since I've started with them, but I'm expecting to be debt-free from working with them. My experience with them has been wonderful so far. I'd recommend it to any and everybody.
My job wasn't panning out the way I expected it to and I wasn't able to afford my bills so I had to get relief help. So far, everyone that I've talked to at National Debt Relief has been fantastic and as nice as he/she could be. They were really helpful in guiding, explaining and walking me through how it was all gonna work.
I looked up National Debt Relief online. Their team were always very thorough in their service. I'm finished with them at this point but they made our life much better. I'd suggest this company to anybody that is as underwater as we were.
My husband has a lot of debt and we found National Debt Relief on the internet. It’s been good so far. We do like it because we want to get rid of everything and start fresh in our credit.
I was overwhelmed with bills and National Debt Relief has helped me a lot. They have always been very good and thorough from the first time I called them. It's a good thing not having to worry about all the debt, just give them the money, and let them handle everything. It has helped me to be able to work more.
We had too many bills so I worked with National Debt Relief and so far, it's been good. Had great interactions with their team.
I needed some help and support in making payments, budgeting, getting everything figured out legally, and negotiating stuff. I was broke, had a lot of bills, and didn't wanna go to jail. National Debt Relief has been great and saved me a lot of time. I asked my questions and they took care of it. Everything worked out great. I'm hoping to get a house and get everything figured out and just do better.
The people at National Debt Relief are easygoing and simple to work with. I had a great experience and I would recommend them.
I had a lot of bills and was trying to get some of them taken care of at the time when I was out of work. National Debt Relief has helped a lot 'cause I've been in a large amount of debt, which is what they specialize in. I had great interaction with all of them. Every question I had was answered very quickly and they were very accommodating. I've ran into some problems. I was out of work again, I'm hopefully getting a new job now, and National Debt Relief has been really helpful with taking care of payments.
I got tired of being in debt, and it seemed like going to National Debt Relief was the best way to go about getting ourselves out of it. But now, I'm paying $320 a month and it seems never ending. I pay $160 every pay period, and it doesn't feel like we're any closer to getting it resolved. I haven't heard anything from them for a few months, so I have no idea where we're at, and if there's anything else that's in the process of getting paid or taken care of. I'm almost ready to say I'm done with the program.
I looked into relief help to get a better grip on my finances, and I went with National Debt Relief. I’m not 100% happy with them, though. They answer phone calls, however, they said they would reach out to my creditors, and as I talked to my creditors, there was no indication that they had. So, I started removing accounts from the program. Communication was lacking on their part. It was misleading when they said they’re going to reach out to my creditors to let them know I’m on National Debt's service, and I’m going through a debt settlement program. I probably wouldn’t use it again.
I've been out of work for nine months and my little sister looked up National Debt Relief for me. They've done a fine job so far and I don't have any problems experienced with them. Working with them has made my life a little easier because the phone doesn't ring every 15 minutes.
I was in transition between different jobs. I've been with three different companies in the past two months with some of those jumps. I work in the healthcare field so I take someone to work and if they got a unit, then I get paid, but if they don't, I normally don't get to work throughout a week until they come in. So I've had the issues like that. I started off at $240 and then I miss a payment but it's never gone over two weeks. I get the increase, but at the same time, it hurts me too. But other than that, everything has been pretty great. Right now, I'm satisfied, and have recommended National Debt to someone else.
National Debt Relief had the highest satisfaction rating, and I was really comfortable with them so I went with them. They were so knowledgeable and professional. Working with them made my life a lot less stressful. If I'd had to do it over again, I would definitely go with them again.
I had a wonderful experience with National Debt Relief. I wanted to be debt-free and started with a person named Anthony. He guided me through how to apply and qualify. He also made it very thorough and very well understood by me and my wife. So we printed out the paperwork, signed it online and that was so quick. Working with them has been easy and it has relieved us from stress on the whole thing. However, if it could be like a one-stop shop where we don't have to go to another bank when we would like to add some more money to paying our debt, it would be much easier and more convenient.
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- 180 Maiden Lane, 30th Floor
- New York
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- United States