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Free Debt Consolidation and Reduction Help Offered from DebtHelpOnline.us' New Website

http://debthelponline.us/ Launches Online Help For Consumers in Need of Debt Relief

GREENVILLE, S.C., Feb. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Debt Help Online (DHO) is introducing their "FREE Debt Consolidation and Reduction" program, which will help debt strapped consumers get out of debt with their new debt reduction program. The program is designed to help customers relieve the stress of debt by offering counseling with a debt expert, then design a settlement plan dedicated to the customers needs. Customers who have completed the plan start fresh, having any unsettled debt discharged according to settlement terms.

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According to DHO "consumers become too emotionally involved in their situation, it becomes difficult to effectively deal with creditors. A third party, like Debt Help Online, will assess the situation, go over the different settlement options and devise a plan." They go on to say "negotiation is the most important aspect of the program. Creditors will take advantage of consumers, especially where emotions are involved, and this is when consumers are at a distinct disadvantage. DHO works for the customer and knows the ropes; the customer pays no up-front fees for this service."

Debt settlement is one option used by specialists to reduce the burden of debt for customers who cannot meet their obligations. Debt reduction is another option creditors will approve, when a customer qualifies and proves they can no longer pay their debts. These are all tools available to use in the settlement negotiations.

With the Debt Help Online debt settlement program customers know exactly how the process works, from start to finish. There's no up-front fees, specialists negotiate directly with each creditor, all parties must agree with the settlement terms, and settlement programs usually run from 24 to 48 months.

About Debt Help Online

Debt Help Online is dedicated to help consumers settle their debt quickly with no up-front fees. Customers never have to wait days or weeks for answers, superior customer service is available over the phone or through the web. Debt Help Online is not only dedicated to helping consumers with debt relief, but DHO believes clients, or potential clients, need to understand how the process works. Once a client understands the process, their fear turns into hope, and the client can see light at the end of the tunnel.

Hundreds of millions of dollars are settled each year through debt settlement and debt relief programs. Debt Help Online offers FREE consolidation and relief counseling with no up-front fees. Debt solutions and excellent customer service is what customers will find at DHO - for more information visit http://debthelponline.us/.

Media Contact: David Anderson, DebtHelpOnline.us, 828-312-5909, [email protected]

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