in Debt Settlement Firms from DebtHelp Inc.Unaffiliated
|% of Debt Fee||40% - 75%|
|Minimum Debt Owed||$5,000|
Where does DebtHelp do business?
DebtHelp is a debt settlement company based in Columbus, OH. The company was founded in 2006 and offers debt relief services to borrowers in 50 state across the USA.
What does DebtHelp do?
DebtHelp offers debt relief services for the following types of debt:
- Unsecured debt, such as credit card debt, personal loans and medical debt
What does DebtHelp charge?
DebtHelp operates on a contingency fee basis. Companies operating under a contingency fee model charge fees that are based upon a percentage of the debt at the time the consumer enrolled; occasionally they are based on a percentage of the savings negotiated by the debt-settlement company. Across the industry in general, debt settlement clients typically see a 45% to 60% reduction of their enrolled debt.
DebtHelp charges fees that range from 40% of the enrolled debt up to 75% of the enrolled debt, depending on the amount of enrolled debt provided.
Debt relief service pricing / costs can vary greatly from one client to another so it's best to speak to DebtHelp directly to determine an accurate quote.
Does DebtHelp offer a guarantee?
No, DebtHelp does not offer a money back guarantee.
What is the minimum debt DebtHelp will consider?DebtHelp will only consider customers with unsecured debt of $5000 or more. Customers with less than $5000 of unsecured debt may benefit from a debt consolidation loan or credit counseling services.
Does DebtHelp perform its own servicing in-house?
No, DebtHelp partners with third party service providers who negotiate on behalf of the clients they enroll.
What accreditations does DebtHelp have?
The two main trade associations in the debt relief services space are the American Fair Credit Council (AFCC) and the International Association of Professional Debt Arbitrators (IAPDA).
- DebtHelp is an accredited AFCC member.
- DebtHelp is not an IAPDA member.
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- West Virginia