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Have you been getting calls from an unknown number? Debt collectors can be very aggressive once they successfully get you on a call. You owe their principals, and payment needs to be made. If you’re still financially struggling, talking with debt collectors can be very intimidating and stressful.

Do not let negative feelings take over. This situation will soon pass, but we need to take control right away. The first step is communicating with your debtors, and working out a payment plan.  Yes, YOU NEED to pay, and we have written a guide…

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Your account normally goes to debt collectors when their principals (the company you originally owe money to) have tried multiple times to reach you, and remind you of your debt payments. There is already an assumption that you are trying to evade payment.

Here are a few things to remember:

  • Hit the call record button, or go to speaker phone and record the conversation for your future reference.
  • Find out:
    • who you are talking with
    • the name of the debt collection company
    • the address and phone number of the debt collection company
  • As details:
    • the amount of money owed
    • who is the money owed to
    • who you can speak with to make any disputes or to verify the amount with

Listen to this podcast to know how to plan your time and arrange a relevant and practical payment plan with your debt collector.

In this episode: Alex Cook, CEO of joins Australia’s Vision Christian Radio : 20Twenty radio program with host Neil Johnson.

Episode 156 of the ChristianWealth audio podcast.


Do you want to get out of debt asap? In this eBook, I share with you a simple process for getting out of debt. It provides you with easy-to-follow instructions that will help you identify which debts to pay off first and provide you with a structured plan to get out of debt as soon as possible.

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