What began as a company with 20 employees quickly evolved into the nation’s leading debt relief company in less than a decade — that alone could stand as a testament to the work being performed at National Debt Relief, but they prefer to let their thousands of “Excellent” reviews from past clients do the talking.
National Debt Relief doesn’t boast inflated stats or set radical expectations with its clients. “We’re very transparent and very clear about the program,” said Grant Eckert, Vice President of Marketing at National Debt Relief. “We’ll assess the consumer, and if they decide it’s right for them, we’ll enroll them in the program. There are no contracts and no penalties if they cancel at any time. We take our reputation very seriously. We invite you to go online and see our reviews.”
Working on a performance-based model, there are no up-front fees, and National Debt Relief never collects a penny until you see results. This means there’s no reason for them to enroll you into a program if it’s not for you — there’s no financial gain to be had for either party.
“We’ll assess [the potential client’s] current situation, and if there are options that are better for them, we’ll be very honest and straightforward and say, “A debt consolidation loan is a better option for you,’ or, ‘We’re not the best fit, maybe bankruptcy’s the best option.’ Because we’re performance-based, we truly have the best interest of the consumer in mind. The last thing we want to do is enroll people who won’t be successful in the program,” Grant explained.
The National Debt Relief program is not a quick fix — the typical client will be enrolled for 24 to 48 months, on average, as the company has ongoing negotiations with your creditors to settle your debts. National Debt Relief will never proceed with a settlement without your approval. After all of your debts are settled, you “graduate” the program, and as Grant politely put it, “hopefully don’t come back through our doors.”