Welcome to American Finance Ltd.com, Christian debt consolidators, known as Womens Debt Consolidators, serves EVERYONE in society.
As Womens debt consolidators we understand the problem especially face by Women with overwhelm debt, how debt burden hit you & your family health, your reputation in society and increase your mental burden.
Please feel free to choose any of following options or contact us for free credit counseling or for your best debt management options discussion, without any obligations on your part!
Christian Debt Consolidators
professional service providers individualized financial counseling and education help you conquer your debt.
Christian credit counseling can help you become debt-free by: reduced interest rates, eliminating late fees, "Re-aging" your account, stop harassing calls from debtors.
A bankruptcy filing will stay on your credit report at least 7 years and can affect your ability to buy or rent a home, buy a car, get a job, or obtain life and auto insurance. You should consider this option carefully if you foresee life changes like moving, changing employment, marriage, or having children.
Consolidate all unsecured debt including credit card debts to reduce your monthly payment
Credit counseling can help you become debt-free by: Negotiating reduced interest rates, eliminating late fees, "Re-aging" your account, helping stop calls from collectors.
A debt management plan is a proactive step on your part to prevent having to file bankruptcy. It is a voluntary agreement with your creditors to structure a consistent repayment schedule in exchange for the reduction and/or elimination of interest and fees.
There are five main objections to consumer debt settlement: damages credit, increased collection calls, possibility of lawsuits, tax consequences and the need to settle with all creditors.
Advantage with AFL
Who qualifies for debt consolidation?
You can save money and get out of debt faster if you meet these simple requirements:
$10,000 or more in unsecured debt
Pay at least $300 or 2.5% of the total debt amount