Resolve Your Debt in Collections 

Has it gotten to the point where debt is in collections now?

 If you’re overwhelmed with your options and don’t know who to trust for affordable solutions, you’re not alone.

Unpaid medical bills are the largest type of debt owed to collections agencies over the past decade. According to the American Medical Association Journal, medical debt totaled $140 billion in the last year alone.

These unpaid bills negatively impact credit reports and scores, making it harder to get mortgages, car loans, credit cards, and possibly an apartment or job. You can resolve your debt in collections.

What Is Resolve?

Using an interactive app, people can easily see all of their credit accounts, access budgeting tools, and with the help of Resolve’s financial counselors, they can also negotiate with creditors. All in one convenient place.

Resolve is a membership program, and users pay a monthly subscription fee and elective “tips” when the company delivers results. Resolve’s debt experts will work with you based on your needs.

How Resolve Is Different?

Resolve makes money from these sources: 1. Membership Program. Resolve members pay a monthly subscription and may choose how much they pay.

How Does Resolve Make Money?

2. Some people may go on to file for bankruptcy or use other debt relief services. Resolve may refer consumers to accredited third-party resources, in which case those organizations might pay a referral fee.

Resolve’s feature-rich app for members is broken into three primary areas: 1. Creditor Offers 2. The Resolve Budget 3. Credit Status

How Does Resolve’s App Work?

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