Best Michigan Debt Relief, Settlement and Debt Consolidation Company

Michigan Debt Relief, Settlement, and Consolidation Programs are a PHONE-CALL-AWAY. Give us a call to talk about your debt and possible solutions at 1-866-376-9846. 

Michigan Debt Statistics

The city of Detroit, Michigan, filed for Chapter 9 bankruptcy — the largest municipal bankruptcy filing in the U.S. history by debt, estimated at $18-$20 billion.

Michigan is being dragged down by debt. Michigan’s public schools — racking up over 20-billion dollars in debt as of 2017.

What’s going to happen when our young students need new school computers and technology?

More debt?

Pennsylvania, New York, and Michigan have amongst the highest student loan debt per capita in the nation. The average student in Michigan; graduates with roughly $30,000 in student loan debt, as of 2017.

Michigan students are often left jobless after college, and with loads of debt.

Is that fair?

Want the good news?

The state of Michigan is in trouble when it comes to their finances. The good news is;– YOU have debt relief options. You can improve your finances.

Do you want a solution to debt?

Do you want to save money?

These seem like silly questions; but often people want the help, they just don’t know how to get it.

We can help you to resolve your debt problems. Golden Financial Services has a 13-year track record of providing proven Michigan debt relief programs.

Our specialists can provide you information on Michigan debt relief programs to resolve credit card debts, student loan debts and just about any unsecured debt out there.

To call the Golden Financial Services Michigan debt relief hotline, call 1-866-376-9846.

We can help you get an affordable monthly payment.

And we can help you to put an end to creditors harassing you.

Debt Consolidation Michigan Programs

Michigan student loan consolidation plans can reduce and combine your student loan payments.

Plus; old defaulted student loans can be paid off in full, leaving the borrower with one affordable and consolidated loan to pay back.

High-interest rates can be absorbed in the consolidation loan — leaving the consumer with one interest rate that is calculated based on the average of their existing interest rates.

Michigan student loan debt relief programs range from income based hardship programs to private student loan relief plans, to loan forgiveness options — giving students a full array of choices.

To learn more about Michigan debt consolidation contact Golden Financial Services, a company that is rated highly with the Better Business Bureau. CALL 1-866-376-9846 NOW. 

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We are READY TO ASSIST YOU – CALL 1-866-376-9846! Get your finances back on track today.

Credit Card Debt Relief and Debt Settlement Michigan Programs

Golden Financial Services can provide you information on disputing a debt, also known as debt validation — an especially useful option if third-party debt collection companies are harassing you.

Before settling a debt collection account, make sure the creditors can prove that it’s a valid debt. They must produce certain documents and accurate information after you request it. Often; they stop collection on a debt because they cannot provide the legally required information and documents being requested. See real client examples of debt validation here. 

If a debt collection company does validate your debt as “legally collectible,” your next option could be debt settlement. With debt settlement, you can pay a significant amount less than your balance owed.

Michigan debt settlement programs have been saving consumers thousand’s and thousand’s of dollars, for decades now. To a debt collection company, getting a portion of the balance owed is still hugely profitable. Ask our debt experts why creditors are willing to settle. Educate yourself on Michigan debt relief information. Education is power.

Call 1-866-376-9846. We look forward to helping you find the right Michigan debt relief program to fit your needs and goals. 

Source:

Michigan Capitol Confidental, https://www.michigancapitolconfidential.com/16572

Golden Financial Services, https://Goldenfs.org