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Are you struggling to make minimum payments on high interest credit cards and other unsecured debt? Are you trying to avoid a bankruptcy?  We may be able to help you with a debt settlement program.
JCC Alliance Network is a debt settlement company. We have had a high success rate in helping our clients become debt free.  Our debt settlement credit card negotiation experience sets us apart for all other companies.  We work directly with you credit card companies and in some cases have reduced what a client owes by as much as 50%.

Debt Settlement may not be for everyone, but if you are experiencing financial hardship and are struggling to meet your minimum payments, please email me at pathwaysinc@pacbell.net right away so we can get the process stated.

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The first strategy is to go to bi-weekly payments. Even though you are paying the same amount to your lender each month with monthly payments you make 12 payments a year. By paying one half the amount every other week, you are making 26 half payments or 13 full payments a year. That is an extra payment a year. On a 30 year mortgage of $100,000 at 10% you would payoff your in just over 20 years. That is an interest savings of $73,000. Wow. That’s a lot of money.

There is now a program where you can pay off your mortgage, or any other debt, in five years or less just by referring others to the program. It is called Dream Success.You will get a referral fee for each person you refer to apply to your mortgage. You will also get money for everyone you refer that refers others. You can save up to $205,000 in interest over the life of the $100,000 loan. The more you refer, the faster you eliminate debt. Imagine what your life would be like if you had no debt? This program is available for most kinds of debt, personal and business. It is also availible in several countries around the world.

Please call me on 510 791-2238 or email me at: pathwaysinc@pacbell.net if you would like more information.

This program has been approved by the Attorney General’s Office and is not a pyramid scheme.