PostHeaderIcon How can a person get a Real Consolidation Loan?

I have a considerable amount of unsecured debt. I have several charge offs on my credit but I’m still sending those companies payment. Everything is being paid monthly though its not reported. Those companies will not report this on my credit and I understand that. Is there any REAL lenders out there that will give me a consolidation loan?

5 Responses to “How can a person get a Real Consolidation Loan?”

  • Rob says:

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  • Casey says:

    Practically any type of loan can be wrapped into the debt consolidation process. Common types include finance charges, late fees and overdraft charges, credit cards, personal loans, utility bills, medical bills, car loans, store cards, gas cards and back taxes. A debt consolidation loan allows you to condense your monthly payments into a single, simple bill, while lowering your interest rates and helping you pay down your debts more quickly and easily. It is also an essential tool in avoiding the much more serious step of declaring bankruptcy.

    Unlike bankruptcy, in which debts are cancelled and your credit rating collapses completely, debt consolidation loans are essentially a type of refinancing, where several old loans are replaced with a new one that has more favorable terms. Your loan consultant will negotiate with creditors on your behalf, so you’ll no longer have to deal with harassing phone calls and daily mail.

  • Anthony A says:

    Try using this service

    It helped me to consolidate my loans.

  • sandro m says:

    Any loan can be used to pay your debt. The rest is only fancy words.
    It all boils down to companies lending you money (yet again) for a price.
    There are many companies out there that will give you a consolidation loan, that’s a very lucrative business.
    The trick (from your point of view) is to find someone that’ll loan you money charging you less interests that the previous lender. So theoretically you will be able to pay off your debt quicker.
    In actual practice this is rocket science to your average borrower who will often borrow money at a higher interest rate. That’s financial suicide so why do they do it? it must be something to do with the approval process, the thought of ‘getting approved’ seems appealing to many out there..

  • autoprt says:

    This company will do up to $15,000 for personal loan and you can use for consolidation. Credit issues are ok as long as you are employed.

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