Banking with a credit union has many benefits over a traditional bank, but is compatibility with a debt settlement program one of them?
Although some credit unions can be difficult, most credit unions will work with a debt settlement (or debt relief, or debt consolidation) program. In general, the only major exception is some federal credit unions. Some federal credit unions (and some local ones) may cross-collateralize loans, which means that if they don’t receive a payment on your credit card, they can apply a payment from your car loan to the credit card. For that reason it’s important to always talk to an expert before signing up in a debt program (or debt relief, or debt consolidation).
We have many clients at Accredited Debt Relief who have accounts with credit unions and have successfully resolved their debt issues in as little as 24-48 months. If you have an account with a credit union, the friendly and knowledgeable debt settlement experts at Accredited Debt Relief can help you find the best debt relief options for your needs.
Accredited Debt Relief will evaluate your financial situation and match you to the best debt settlement program for your needs. We pride ourselves in putting the client “first” and we want you to understand that we are here to help you every step of the way. Our partners provide expert debt settlement services that help you take control of your debt by legally and affordably settling your debt obligations.
To learn more about the debt relief options available to you including California debt relief, Florida debt relief, New York debt relief, and Texas debt relief options visit http://www.accrediteddebtrelief.com/.