$41,941 In Interest And 37 Years Of Sleepless Nights*
Let’s say you have $30,000 in credit card debt with a 17% interest rate.
If you make only the minimum payments, it may take 37 years to pay off your balance and cost you an extra $41,941 in interest charges.
Yes, $41,941 which is more than the original amount borrowed! (Source: NerdWallet)
But that’s not the only “cost” of credit card debt, is it?
You also have these “costs”:
Constant stress and anxiety
Worrying about money
Fighting over every little expense
The list can go on and on…
When do you want to start getting a better night’s sleep knowing your credit card debt is under control?
Do you know how much Debtsomnia™ is costing you each year?
What is the cost of losing sleep?
What is the cost of a strained relationship?
What is the cost of daily stress and anxiety worrying about money and debt?
And what is the cost of staying in debt and paying 17%+ interest rates each year?
How Much Does National Debt Relief Cost?
So now that you know the costs of Debtsomnia™ and its related costs. let’s quickly cover how much National Debt Relief costs compared to the alternatives.
National Debt Relief is completely performance based and only gets paid when your debt gets reduced.
National Debt Relief works best for clients who are struggling with over $25,000 in credit card debt.
Your costs for NDR will be 18-25% of your enrolled debt depending on how much you owe and where you live.
Compare these costs to the $41,941 in interest and 37 years of sleepless nights if you can only make the minimum payments.*
Is National Debt Relief worth it? Setup a free consultation and see how much you can save:
*Source: Nerdwallet.com – https://www.nerdwallet.com/blog/average-credit-card-debt-household/
National Debt Relief program illustration, results will vary based on willingness of creditors to negotiate, debt load, savings and other variables.
Fees included in illustration of 21% of enrolled debt.