DebtCC Sample Letters Help You Negotiate Your Debt Effectively
The Debt Consolidation Care Community (DebtCC) has improved its Sample Debt Letters section to make it more use-friendly than ever.
Online, September 6, 2010 (Newswire.com) - The Debt Consolidation Care Community has redesigned the template of the sample letters available in its Sample Letters section. They have also included add-on features so as to provide consumers with a lot more options to use the letters effectively.
With Debt Consolidation Care Community improving its Sample Letters section, you'll find it easy to use the letters to negotiate your debt with creditors. The letters come along with text to help you understand how you should format your writing, before you start negotiations with creditors.
There are a variety of sample letters like debt settlement letters, validation letters and debt collection/verification letters. With these letters, you'll find it easier to negotiate a settlement or ask the collection agency for a debt validation. If you want to follow up with a collection agency who didn't give you enough proof in reply to your validation letter, the Debt Validation Follow-up Letter is what you can use. Apart from debt validation letters, there are sample letters to negotiate a pay for delete agreement, contact creditors for an alternative payment plan, and goodwill letter to remove a negative listing, etc.
Other than credit and debt letters, there are sample letters you can use to dispute account listing on your credit report and get it corrected by the credit bureaus. You'll also find sample letters to help you write a Notice of intent to file a lawsuit against a credit bureau. Then there are letters you can use to revoke a wage assignment and ask your creditor to stop deducting a part of your wages for making payments toward your debt. If you have inquiries on your report, use the sample letters to negotiate with your creditors and have the inquiries removed.
Each sample letter offers 2 sections - "Letter", and "Embed". The first section is where you can view the text of the letter, update the address and other related details, and take a print out or fax it to your creditor directly. The "Embed" section is specifically helpful for webmasters and bloggers. They can copy the javascipt coding and paste it in their website or blog, thus helping their visitors get access to such sample debt letters(http://www.debtconsolidationcare.com/letters/).
An exciting feature of the sample debt letters section is that it allows you to post your comments and feedback, which will help the Community improve the sample letters section and make it more user-friendly.
Another striking feature of the Sample Letters section is that you'll find letters with more than one sample so you can choose the one that suits you the best. The letters are available free of cost and you can use it even though you're not a registered member of the Community.
So far, the Community has received positive feedback on the Sample Letters section. The members and guests have given some constructive suggestions and the Community is working towards implementing the changes. Hopefully, it'll make the Sample Letters section more user-friendly and helpful for consumers who can use the letters to negotiate their debt effectively.
Source: Debt Consolidation Care