Are you struggling to keep up with your medical bills and worried about the consequences of falling behind, such as legal action, wage garnishment, and damage to your credit?
Debt Reduction Services/Moneyfit partners with various medical establishments across the United States to provide assistance to individuals who are experiencing financial distress due to medical debt.
Take advantage of our FREE medical debt assessment to learn about your debt relief options.
The assessment may include reducing interest rates, waiving late fees, and exploring medical debt consolidation options without the need for a loan.
Our services can help you lower your monthly payments and pay off your medical debt faster.
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When you’ve got more debt than you can keep up with, and you’re having a hard time making your monthly payments, a debt consolidation program can offer relief.
At Debt Reduction Services, our goal is to provide education and information to help you find the best solution for handling your medical debt.
As a nonprofit organization, we offer medical debt counseling to help relieve the stress associated with the burden of these debts. We also offer a Debt Management Plan and our consultation is 100% free.
Medical debt can be overwhelming and stressful, but there are options for relief and consolidation. Here are some options to consider:
- Negotiate with healthcare providers: You may be able to negotiate a lower bill or a payment plan with your healthcare provider. It’s important to communicate with them as soon as possible and explain your financial situation. Be prepared to provide proof of your income and expenses.
- Seek financial assistance: Many hospitals and medical centers offer financial assistance programs for patients who are unable to pay their medical bills. Check with the hospital’s financial aid department to see if you qualify for any programs.
- Work with a debt relief company: Debt Reduction Services/Moneyfit can negotiate with your healthcare providers and help you set up a payment plan. Let us do the work for you during these stressful times.
- Consider bankruptcy as a last resort: Filing for bankruptcy can discharge medical debt, but it should only be considered as a last resort. Bankruptcy can have long-term consequences on your credit score and financial future.
Remember, it’s important to take action as soon as possible when dealing with medical debt. Ignoring the debt will only make the situation worse. Call Debt Reduction Services/MoneyFit today to speak with a counselor and see how we can help!