Hardship repayment plans and consumer credit counseling can both help to lower your monthly interest rates and credit card payments, while getting you out of debt much faster than just making the standard monthly minimum payments.
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Hardship payment plans are not offered by all creditors, where credit counseling agencies can work with most unsecured debt.
One you can do on your own and the other is through a non-profit counselor.
For more tips on how to reduce your monthly credit card bills, lower interest rates, and to pay off debt faster, visit: http://consumerrecoverynetwork.com/hardship-payment-plans
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