PostHeaderIcon Looking For The Best Debt Consolidation Loan?

I so want out of my debt, and I’ve been searching online for a really good debt consolidation program, but I’m just so affraid and I don’t know what to do. What bothers me the most is the fact that I might have to spend a lot of money on interest fees. I’m irritated.

5 Responses to “Looking For The Best Debt Consolidation Loan?”

  • Jeff T says:

    There’s no such thing as a “best” debt CON-solidation loan.

    If you have a huge debt that you want to pay off, you’re going to have to take a long term approach.

    How do you eat an elephant?
    One little bite at a time. It’s just going to take a while.

  • Jody S says:

    Through online debt consolidation company you can compare the rate and then apply for the loan. Thus you can get the best rates for your loan.

    Here is the source of a debt consolidation company named for your reference.

  • Aaron says:

    go to

    fill out the form . they do consolidation loans and give free debt consultations

  • JF says:

    Consolidation is a great way to make it easier for you to maintain debt. You can consolidate with a consolidation company or by yourself with different and new credit cards. The consolidation companies are usually expensive and have really ugly rates, but make the minimum payments low, so that you feel like you’re prudent. I recommend a technique in the book here called credit arbitrage (technique #10) as a way to consolidate and really save money. It’ll take a little more initiative on your part, but you’ll save a lot of money!

    Good luck!

  • Prima says:

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