Unlike credit counseling agencies or debt consolidation companies, Pacific Debt’s main objective is to reduce your debt and monthly payments. Along the way, you’ll learn to live debt free without utilizing unsecured loans or credit cards. If you successfully follow our national debt relief program, you can be out of debt in as little as 2 to 4 years.
To be eligible for the Pacific Debt relief program, you must
Have more than $10,000 in unsecured debt(credit card debt, payday loans, personal loans, medical bills, collections and repossessions, business debts, and some student loans)
I have only started my process with Pacific Debt. Ray was patiently on the phone with me for over 2 hours. That is commitment!! He was pleasant and informative about the program. If this how the program will be throughout my process I can see why their ratings are so high. I will review again once I’ve been enrolled for a while. Thank you Ray!!!!
Rian was absolutely amazing. He took the time to explain everything to me answered all my questions and never complained. He made me feel at ease and reassured me everything will be okay and taken care of!
Julius Y is the person l spoke to, he helped me understand how consolidation worked. He explained everything l asked, he had a Great Personality & made me feel very comfortable talking to him. He knew every answer to the questions l asked. He is a Great Person to deal with the public. I had my friend call him & sign up with your company.
I work in insurance and my pay fluctuates each month, I’m not on a strict salary so my monthly income varies month to month. As a result it is difficult to manage my situation because I don’t know exactly how much is coming in month to month… Read Case Study
In Dec 2011 I lost my job. I had zero debt at the time. I had to use the cards and my saving to stay afloat. I am now looking catch up on the debts on soon as possible. I am making payments but can only afford the minimums. Read Case Study
I fell behind on my debts when I had to evict my tenants out of my rental property. I had to use the credit to keep up with the overhead. I am now looking to set a plan in place to resolve them as soon as possible. Read Case Study