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by Sandi Pope ConsumerAffairs Research Team

If your credit card payments have you feeling overwhelmed, a debt relief company can help restructure your debt or negotiate with your creditors. Debt relief companies provide multiple services, including debt settlement, debt consolidation and credit counseling. We put together a list of the best debt relief companies in Indianapolis.

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    Available in 20149
    National Debt Relief
    Read 47,887 Reviews

    Debt is often reduced by as much as 50%, with most cases settled in 24-48 months. Fees vary between 15-25% of enrolled debt. No upfront fees. $10,000 minimum debt required. Offers debt settlement services, not a loan provider.

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      Freedom Debt Relief
      Read 23,578 Reviews

      Specializes in debt settlement services. Debt can be settled in 24 to 48 months, and fees range from 15% to 25%. $15,000 minimum debt required. Track progress 24/7 via online dashboard. No-risk debt relief consultation offered.

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        Consolidated Credit Solutions
        Read 1,638 Reviews

        Reduce credit card payments by up to 30-50%. Offers free online financial education webinars and three debt solutions, including debt consolidation. Specialized credit counseling available for military families.

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          CreditAssociates
          Read 471 Reviews

          This debt settlement company helps clients eliminate debt in as little as 24-36 months. It uses state-of-the-art software and a team of experts to negotiate your debt with your creditors. Settlement only, not a lender.

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            Accredited Debt Relief
            Read 520 Reviews

            Minimum debt required is $10,000. Average debt settlement program takes 2-4 years. Multiple plans available, and no fees are required until settlement is reached. Money-back guarantee. Debt settlement only, no loans available.

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              CountryWide Debt Relief
              Read 490 Reviews

              Offers options for debt relief, including debt consolidation programs, debt settlement and credit counseling. Helps people facing financial hardships or bankruptcy. Not a direct lender. Recommends a minimum debt of $10,000.

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              Pacific Debt Inc
              Read 540 Reviews

              $10,000 minimum debt required. Low monthly program payment and no upfront fees. Service fees vary between 15 and 25% of the total debt enrolled. Most results take 24-48 months. Offers debt negotiation, but not consolidation loans.

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              Credit Direct
              Read 80 Reviews

              Personal finance lender. Aims to complete application and provide funding within 24 hours. Loan amounts between $5,000 and $40,000. Licensed in 15 states. No minimum credit score. No penalties for early payoffs.

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              ConsumerCredit.com Read Author Review

              Provides debt relief to Indiana residents with a staff of certified credit counselors. Offers prospective customers a free credit counseling session and budget consultation with no obligation.

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              CreditGuard Read Author Review

              Offers credit counseling and debt consolidation. Helps reduce credit card payments by 30% to 50% and interest rates by up to half. Reduces or stops late fees and collection calls.

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              Debt Reduction Services Indianapolis Read Author Review

              Provides full-service budgeting, credit counseling, student loan counseling, bankruptcy help and community-wide financial education programs. Offers free credit counseling sessions and debt consolidation advisement.

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              DebtConsolidationCare Indianapolis Read Author Review

              Helps Indianapolis residents choose their best debt relief option. Provides guidance to prepare clients for debt consolidation, debt settlement, debt management and payday loan consolidation.

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              Golden Financial Services Read Author Review

              Offers free budget analysis to assess debt and review debt relief options. Hires IAPDA-certified professionals. Guarantees the lowest monthly payments for clients in Indianapolis.

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              It’s relatively common for Hoosiers to need debt consolidation or debt settlement. Indiana is one of only seven states where the average debt per person is more than $100,000, which includes at least $5,500 in credit card debt. Debt relief companies help Indiana residents manage their debt and create a plan to remain debt-free.

              How to choose a debt relief company in Indianapolis, IN

              To find the right debt relief company, Hoosiers should explore all available debt relief plan options and work with a reputable company that offers the services they need. The most common forms of debt relief include:

              • Debt consolidation involves combining several debts into one loan or putting them on one credit card with a lower interest rate. This form of debt relief plan is ideal for anyone in Indianapolis with a decent credit score and debt that equals less than half of their income.
              • Debt settlement is an attempt to negotiate with your creditors to accept a lump-sum payment that is less than the total you owe. Because you stop making payments to your creditors, debt settlement can have a negative effect on your credit score. Only unsecured debt is eligible for debt settlement.
              • Bankruptcy should be considered only as a last resort. It significantly damages your credit score and impacts everything from leasing a new apartment to applying for certain jobs.

              Before signing on for debt relief in Indiana, be sure to research the company you're considering:

              • Does it have public reviews available from previous customers? Seeing what past clients say about a company is the best way to ensure it has a good reputation.
              • Does it have a proven history of successful results? Be wary of any company that doesn’t have a track record of success with debt relief.
              • Are there any signs of a scam? Avoid debt consolidation companies that charge large upfront payments, overpromise results or don't have a physical address.

              Indianapolis debt relief FAQ

              How can I avoid bankruptcy?
              There are several ways to avoid bankruptcy in Indiana, including debt consolidation loans, debt consolidation credit cards, credit counseling, debt management programs and debt settlement.
              How long can creditors try to collect in Indiana?
              If creditors receive a judgment against you in Indiana, they can take up to 10 years to collect. Once this period has passed, creditors can renew it for another 10 years.
              What can I do to avoid debt in the future?
              To avoid debt in the future, pay off as much current debt as you can, create a budget and stick to it. Try to pay off all credit card charges in the month you make them, which prevents you from being charged interest.
              How much of my wages can be garnished in Indiana?
              Indiana garnishes either 25% of your disposable earnings or whatever portion of your weekly earnings exceed 30 times the minimum wage.

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                Indianapolis debt relief company information

                Golden Financial Services

                Golden Financial Services provides debt relief advice to help settle, dispute or reduce your debt. Its debt experts are certified by the International Association of Professional Debt Arbitrators. The company also offers free consultations to assess your financial situation and choose an optimal debt relief plan.

                • Address: Serves Indianapolis residents
                • Phone: (866) 376-9846
                • Hours: M - F: 8am - 9pm
                • Website: goldenfs.org
                Debt Reduction Services Indianapolis

                Debt Reduction Services provides a full service, nonprofit option for debt consolidation and credit counseling in Indianapolis. It offers free financial education programs and personal consultations to help establish your ideal debt relief plan. Bankruptcy services and student loan counseling are also available.

                • Address: Serves Indianapolis residents
                • Phone: (877) 688-3328
                • Hours: M - F: 9am - 8pm
                • Website: debtreductionservices.org/debt-consolidation/indianapolis-indiana
                DebtConsolidationCare Indianapolis

                DebtConsolidationCare provides information on debt relief options for Indiana residents. It also offers a free debt consultation to assess your financial situation and relevant options. The company provides guidance on debt consolidation programs or loans, payday loan consolidation and debt management. It can also help you avoid bankruptcy, reduce collection calls and lower your monthly payments and interest rates.

                • Address: Serves Indianapolis residents
                • Phone: (800) 332-8913
                • Hours: M - Sun: 12pm - 9pm
                • Website: debtconsolidationcare.com
                CreditGuard

                CreditGuard hires budget specialists and credit counselors to assist Hoosiers in negotiating interest rate reductions, consolidating their debt and paying down debts faster. It also helps Indianapolis residents create a savings plan to guard against future financial hardships. The company does not loan money in the state of Indiana.

                • Address: Serves Indianapolis residents
                • Phone: (800) 589-1627
                • Hours: M - Th: 8am - 10pm; F: 8am - 9pm; Sat: 10am - 6pm
                • Website: creditguard.org/states/indiana/indianapolis
                ConsumerCredit.com

                ConsumerCredit.com is a nonprofit credit counseling agency that helps with debt management, bankruptcy counseling, housing services (reverse mortgage counseling), credit counseling, student loan management and financial education. It offers free, no-obligation credit counseling sessions with certified credit counselors and budget consultations.

                • Address: Serves Indianapolis residents
                • Phone: (800) 769-3571
                • Hours: M - Sun: 9am - 6pm
                • Website: consumercredit.com/indiana
                by Sandi Pope ConsumerAffairs Research Team

                Sandi Pope previously worked in the nonprofit sector as an advocate for environmental and social change and believes information access is a human right. As a member of the ConsumerAffairs Research Team, she seeks to provide consumers with the necessary information needed in making life-altering decisions.

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