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Tracy“Great start!!! I’m very excited in the quick time CreditAssociates is getting my debt resolved and my low monthly payment. I even was able to choose my payment date! Thanks, CreditAssociates!”
How to use Credit Associates dashboard?
Their easy-to-use dashboard makes it simple to find the right solution for your needs.
Here’s how to use our dashboard:
- First, select the type of debt you want to consolidate. You can choose from credit card debt, medical debt, student loan debt, and more.
- Next, enter the amount of debt you want to consolidate. This will help us customize your consolidation plan.
- Finally, select the repayment term that works best for you. They offer terms ranging from 12 to 84 months.
Consolidating your debt with Credit Associates is simple and straightforward. Their dashboard makes it easy to find the right debt consolidation solution for your needs.
How does Credit Associates work?
Credit Associates is a debt consolidation company that helps people with multiple debts consolidate their debts into one monthly payment. They work with your creditors to lower your interest rates and monthly payments, so you can get out of debt faster.
They also offer a debt management program, which can help you get out of debt in as little as two years. Credit Associates is a legitimate and reputable company that can help you get out of debt. However, there are some things you should know before you consolidate your debts with them.
First, Credit Associates will charge you a fee for their services. The fee varies depending on how much debt you have and how much they can negotiate with your creditors. In most cases, the fees range from $100 to $500. You should also be aware that consolidating your debt will not immediately improve your credit score. It may take a few months for your credit score to improve after consolidation.
If you’re considering consolidating your debt, Credit Associates is a reputable and legitimate company that can help you get out of debt. However, be sure to understand the fees and how they will affect your credit score before you sign up for their services.
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