Filing for bankruptcy has many negative effects that last for 7 or more years, ranging from limited financial options, to an inability to obtain credit. Most people only learn about the true pain of these effects while living through them after they have filed for bankruptcy.
A big mistake is often made when people do not get enough advice from credible sources and make bad decisions based on the advice of their enthusiastic bankruptcy attorney, who solicits the benefits of bankruptcy. In turn, the attorney cashes in as their clients file for bankruptcy.
As the attorney is convincing their client that filing is the best thing to do, he knows his client is also receiving harassing calls from debt collectors using scare tactics to get people to pay up. (to learn how to stop harassing phone calls click here)
The long term effects of bankruptcy outweigh the pain of dealing with credit harassment and the current stressful financial situation.
To get a second opinion or free information on alternatives to make sure you are making the correct decision, call us today at 1-800-438-1974
- Types of Debt Relief
- Credit Card Debt
- End Creditor Harassment
- How to Survive
- Rebuild your Credit
- Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
Bankruptcy stays on your credit report for up to ten years.
Call us today at 1-800-438-1974