Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Asking for help with debt is the first step.

As a consumer lawyer one big problem I see with people who come to me is that they're embarrassed to talk about their debt -- they are embarrassed to have the debt, and embarrassed to be unable to pay it.

Another problem is that they are working hard to get out of debt and can't spend a lot of time meeting with me and my staff to discuss it, or going to Court or counseling sessions.

There's now a way to handle debt that avoids that: NetDebt, a company that has created the first and only online enrollment for debt reduction programs. With Netdebt, all you have to do is click on the link, provide some information, and get going on the program. You can do it all from the comfort and safety of your own home, without having to take off of work or drive downtown to somebody's office.

It's easier to tackle a problem like big debts if you don't have to feel embarrassed and can do it privately; I know that, and NetDebt knows that.

Of course, NetDebt still has people ready to talk to you in case you need help, but you don't have to talk to them until you're ready to do so.

Living with debt is tough; and it's a big first step to begin addressing that debt. Sleepless nights, money crunches, debt collectors -- don't let them wreck your life. Instead, start doing something about it now with NetDebt. Look at it this way: You're on your computer right this minute, so you can just click over there as soon as I give you the link...

... which I'm doing right now, so go ask NetDebt (there's the link!) for help.

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