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Why $100k In Debt Isn’t So Bad.

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Understandably, thinking about the amount of debt you have may cause some anxiety.

But ignoring the fact has caused more issues in American Debt than the crushing 20% interest rates that were given out so freely by creditors.

And if you’re only able to make the minimum payment every month, your balance is only going up leaving you without a single break.

Being in this boat is unfortunately normal.

So if this is you, consolidation and refinancing should be an open suggestion within your household.

Companies like Accredited Debt Relief can come in handy for high-interest loan(s).

ADR™ ONLY directs its customers to lenders willing to help.

After being in business for over 20yrs, ADR™ helped over 1 Million Americans get back on their feet after climbing the landslide of high interest through multiple creditors.

*If your credit score is 620 or higher, you have access to $100k* (no collateral & compared interest rates)

Take Jamie for example, a widow who fell at the mercy of her husband’s $78k debt for medical expenses.

$78k in debt doesn’t seem too horrible after you slapped a 17.24% Interest rate on the majority of the debt.

By refinancing with a 4.89% interest & 7yr personal loan she saved over $10k!

Stories like Jamie’s are not as rare as it may seem, and if she stayed on the same path as she was… who knows the amount of depression that would be added to her life.

If you’d like to get qualified today, save the hassle and check out Accredited Debt Relief for a no-collateral loan.

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