Do you know, Australians are accumulating more debt, with research showing that the money Australians owe, in comparison to the money they earn, has almost tripled over the last three decades1, with the average household debt currently sitting at around $245,0002.
We’re here to offer you debt help in Australia. We can help you take control of your finances, reduce your financial stress and get on top of your unmanageable debt situation.
When it comes to knocking out debt, there’s no such thing as a quick fix. Slow and steady wins the race in the battle against debt. Still, that doesn’t stop people from looking for an easy way to speed up the process. And that’s what keeps debt reduction services in business.
Basically, a debt reduction service promises (for a fee) to help clean up your debt mess by working with your creditors. Usually, those promises come in one of two forms: debt settlement and debt consolidation.
Debt settlement companies take the money you pay them and use it to negotiate with your creditors to reduce or eliminate what you owe. The problem is, they charge way more than you would pay if you just settled the debts on your own.*
Start with a free, impartial, professional financial assessment to help us identifying your current debt situation and needs.
We will supply you with a budget and free financial advice based on your personal situation to help you identify opportunities to get relief from your debt situation.
Together we will create a personalised financial plan for you, identify what debt relief solutions are best for you and help you execute your financial plan.
Drowning in debt and don’t know which way to turn? You’re not alone, so don’t despair, there are options available for you. Debt Negotiators is a reputable debt help company who uses our knowledge and expertise to help you get out of debt. Our services are available across Australia, from Melbourne to Sydney, Perth, South Australia, Darwin, Tasmania and anywhere in between.
*Source : https://www.daveramsey.com/blog/the-truth-about-debt-reduction