Scottsdale, AZ, June 07, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Debt Settlement Companies have been aggressively marketing consumers during this recent economic downturn. This has caught the attention of several State Attorney Generals, the Federal Trade Commission and legislators both at the State and Federal level. Several creditors have even instituted policies against negotiating with these companies as a whole. There is another option when facing financial hardship; Self Help debt negotiation.
With this in mind, B-EZ Enterprises is searching for consumers who have successfully negotiated debt with creditors, then share with others searching for solutions to their financial dilemma how to successfully negotiate with creditors. B-EZ Enterprises invites other Self Help or DIY debt settlement providers to inform consumers about this contest as well.
Any essay submitted will not be edited in any manner other than typographical, grammar or spelling errors. If a consumer resolved debt through any Self Help or DIY program other than 2SettleMyDebt.com, consumers will be made aware of these options available to them through this contest as well.
Self Help Debt Negotiation story.
The best advice B-EZ Enterprises can provide to consumers having financial hardship is “do your research and use common sense.” Consumers should contact creditors at the earliest signs of financial hardship and utilize a “work with your creditors approach” to resolving financial issues. Creditors, in the majority of cases will work with consumers who are proactive in seeking a resolution. The fundamental objective in any successful negotiation is both parties must come away from the negotiation feeling that they received something. Consumers should remain engaged in the process and remain persistent, remember, just because a creditor was unwilling to provide a solution today; tomorrow is another day.
For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release contact:
Ian Stanton, Director of Marketing