• Lower your monthly payments
  • Reduce stress and live your life
  • Avoid personal bankruptcy court

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If you don’t have the time to read Debt Cures I or Debt Cures II and want to get out of credit card debt relatively fast – debt negotiation and debt settlement can help you.

In many cases you can get greater savings with debt negotiation and debt settlement than with non profit debt consolidation programs.

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“CuraDebt guarantees that the total amount paid back to all creditors, including CuraDebt fees, will be less than the total amount due to the creditors upon entering the program or CuraDebt’s services are free.

When you consider different options (consumer credit counseling, debt negotiation, debt consolidation, bankruptcy), ask the representative if their services are backed by an equivalent or better guarantee.”

Most people who enter this program can cure their credit card debt problems within a relatively short period of time.

The length of time will depend on your unique situation.

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  1. To whom it may concern:

    Could you answer this questions or refer me to the answers?

    1. Is there a difference between debt negotiation and debt settlement?

    2. I owe 2 properties, one of them is “upside down”. I owe 22,000 in credit cards. Is filling bankruptcy an option for me or I will lose the properties.

    Thank you in advance

  2. Hello Gabi-

    Thank you for your questions.

    1. No, they can be interchangeable. You “negotiate” with your creditors and you reach a “settlement”. They can mean the same thing.

    2. I am not qualified to answer this question and I would suggest talking with your creditors, your lenders, a Realtor and an attorney and seeing if you can get a loan modification. See if you can negotiate with your creditors. They will really only be willing to negotiate with you if you are behind on your payments though.

    Good luck to you,



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