Century Support Services, owned and operated by Debt Away LLC, provides an alternative to bankruptcy or debt consolidation. Specializing in debt negotiation, the have helped thousands of families resolve and settle unwanted debt under financial hardship. They help those in over $7,000 of debt.
When potential clients call Century Support Services, they are given a free consultation. A specialist will assess the financial situation of potential applicants to determine qualification and if their services will meet the needs of those under hardship. Clients are required to set up a trust account with an FDIC insured financial institution to accumulate enough funds to begin the negotiation process. Those who qualify for the settlement option will pay about 68 percent of the original debt including all service fees.
The biggest thing that stands out about Century Support Services is their price: 18-25%. While 25% is about the industry average, signing up for debt settlement that only charge 18% of your total debt is a very good deal.
Besides price, there are several other advantages to settling your debt with Century Support Services:
- No upfront fees
- One debt consultant will be assigned to you throughout the settlement process
- AFCC and IAPDA accreditations
- Only requires $7k of debt to start
Risks associated with any settlement process include tax implications for settling your debts, possible litigation, and decreased credit scores. CSS does not provide counseling services or advice on tax laws. There are other relief options that may work better in your situation.
There are several compliances and features that CSS falls short of:
- No mention of a free consultation on their website
- Limited industry experience – the company only began in 2012
- No mention of a money back guarantee found
- No mention of who the CEO or President is on their site
- Only available in half of the U.S. states
We’re also concerned about the multiple company names circling this business and their lack of updated and useful educational resources.
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