How To Get Out Of Debt…Even If You’re BROKE

by Steven on November 11, 2011

Hello again…unless you’ve been living under a rock people are suffering not just here in America, all over the world.

But there are large groups of people that are living beautiful, healthy and rich lives too. So what’s the difference between the two. Is it luck? Is it because they had rich parents? Is it because they are educated better? Is it because of where they live? Why are there two polar opposites rich and poor people and why is the distance getting wider?

First of all it has nothing to do with luck, rich parents, education or where they live. It mainly has to do with people that have money doing things to keep and make more money. And people that don’t have money continuing doing things that take their money away from them.

Newt Gingrich said something in the Presidential Debate this past Wednesday that flew over a lot of peoples head. Speaking about the 99%ers that are occupying Wall Street and other area’s across our nation. Gingrich said “was Bill Gates a 99%er or a 1%er when he started his business in his garage?”. That is a remarkable question because it points out why people who are poor continue to stay poor.

They believe that rich people are born, lucky or that they just appear from nowhere. They always skip over the hard work that they put in to getting rich.

Most people stay broke because they continue to keep doing things that broke people do. They spend all of their money. They stay in debt by continuing to get loans, use credit cards, refinance or buy new cars. They never know exactly what they owe and how long it will take them to get out of debt.

They continue to do little things that keep them in debt and at some point in their lives they find themselves with a huge pile of debt. It’s always the little things we do that keep us from accomplishing goals.

A few years back I came up with a software system to help families get out of debt. Its called The Real Debt Solution Online Software System. When I’m speaking to families about getting out of debt I consistently hear the same questions over and over about getting out of debt using my software system.

1. Why should I do anything about my debt problem?

  • Because if you allow your debt to continue your situation will get worse, you’ll lose sleep, have more stress and problems with your spouse over money.
  • You’ll suffer embarrassment by losing your home, car and probably everything you’ve worked for.
  • You’ll get passed over for a job or promotion.  Employers are now looking at your financial situation to judge your character.
  • If you get out of debt you’ll stop all the stress and start making a better future for you and your family.

2. Why should I believe you?  Why should I work with your company?

  • Because I’ve personally went through financial problems.  I know how it feels to have a car repossessed, I know how it feels to argue over money with my spouse.  I know how it feels to think there’s no way of paying off this debt and I know the anxiety of not wanting to know exactly what I owe.
  • I know how it feels to be embarrassed about family and friends finding out how bad my financial situation is.
  • When I designed my software I took all of that into account and designed my software as if you were right in front of me at my office.  You’ll be able to follow a step by step process at your own pace.
  • I’ve helped 1,000’s of families get their power back by showing them the light at the end of the tunnel.

3.  What will it cost me?

  • If you don’t do something it can cost you everything including your family.
  • If you file bankruptcy it could cost upwards of $1,000-$1,500.
  • If you consolidate your debt it will take longer to get out of debt and you’ll be stuck with a plan that you can’t adjust due to your changing situation.
  • I charge $29.99 per month plus a one time sign-up fee.

If you’re serious about getting out of debt I’m offering a 7 Day $1.00 Trial.  Test drive my software and if you don’t think it will work for you simply cancel.


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