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Money Ladder is a member of the American Fair Credit Council and has agreed to follow industry “best practices,” as endorsed by the AFCC, including disclosure of the following matters as an integral part of its contract with consumers.
Money Ladder provides consumers with a debt resolution service more popularly known as debt settlement. Debt settlement is the negotiation of less than full balance settlements of unsecured debt on behalf of consumers who are experiencing financial hardship. Money Ladder wants you to understand both the potential benefits and risks that may arise out of your debt settlement program and to be sure you have reasonable expectations regarding all potential outcomes.
BY SIGNING BELOW, YOU ARE CONFIRMING THAT MONEY LADDER HAS EXPLAINED TO YOU, AND YOU UNDERSTAND, ALL THE ISSUES SET FORTH BELOW. If you wish to discuss or comment on any of these disclosures or discuss any aspect of your debt settlement program, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact information and the AFCC compliance department will respond to you as quickly as possible.
To summarize, each case is unique and results, dependent as they are upon both your ability to set aside sufficient funds and your creditor’s willingness to negotiate a less than full balance settlement, may be expected to vary widely. For consumers in verifiable states of financial hardship, a debt settlement program can be a very effective way to resolve unsecured debt but it is not a painless process and no guarantees as to settlement amounts or timing can be given.
Finally, we encourage you to report any concerns with your debt settlement program directly to the AFCC via email:
We encourage you to report any concerns with your debt settlement program directly to the AFCC