US Bank Debt Settlement Letter

Below is a US Bank debt settlement letter. US Bank is the 5th largest commercial bank in America. Its parent company, US Bancorp was founded in 1929 and headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota. US Bank was formed through the acquisitions of major regional banks in the 1990s.

Every year, CuraDebt’s in-house negotiations team closes thousands of settlements with creditors. Negotiations are based on the lump sum payment funds that clients have or in special cases, installments on the agreed amount. In this US Bank debt settlement letter, you can see that the US Bank accepted $2,261.92 as settlement from the original amount balance owed of $9,046.48. This negotiated resolution is a 75% savings on the full amount owed.

Future results are not guaranteed when it comes to debt settlement. Nevertheless, CuraDebt has been in the business for 16 years, giving it an advantage over other companies in the industry. CuraDebt’s goal is to save as much money as possible and getting you out of debt as quickly as possible based on your unique financial situation. Unsecured loans, medical bills, payday loans, personal loans, credit card debt, collections, repossession and business debt are some of the debt issues that CuraDebt handles. It is highly recommended that IRS tax debts should be settled first before anything else. The IRS has collection rights that private entities do not. It is very important to act quickly to avoid them from imposing wage garnishments or tax liens unto your accounts or properties. If you have tax debts, CuraDebt also has a superb resolution team that can help you.

Below is a sample US Bank debt settlement letter. Hundreds of real CuraDebt debt settlement letters can be seen with all confidential information blacked out on the link below. If you want to speak with a debt counselor, request for more information or see additional letters, call 877-850-3328.

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