Alliance One Debt Collection
Stop Them and Settle Today
Receiving Letters or Phone Calls from Alliance One?
If so, doing nothing is the worst possible option. The debt will not go away. The debt will only grow and Alliance One will continue to pursue you with legal action. But, there is hope. You have rights and options before and after being served for a debt.
Can Alliance One Garnish Wages?
Local laws vary but in general creditor such as Alliance One can generally garnish up to 25% of your wages, although some exceptions apply. But you don’t want it to get to that. You need to make a decision whether you can pay the debt in full or in part.
Our Goal is Get You Back on Track
The goal of our debt settlement program is to protect you from Alliance One and other debt collectors and get you out of debt within a relatively short amount of time (18 months or less), at a significantly reduced cost, without having to file bankruptcy. When you enroll in our debt settlement program, you’ll be able to see that there is light at the end of the tunnel.
- Do you owe $30,000 or more in unsecured debt?
- Credit card debt
- Revolving charge accounts
- Bank lines of credit not secured by your home
- Have you experienced economic hardship?
- Can you make a monthly payment of at least 3% of your total debt?
If your answer to most or all of these questions is yes, then debt settlement could be a great option for you. We’ll go over your specific circumstances with you to help determine whether you’re a good candidate for our debt settlement program.
Why Choose Trident?
Trident is one of the very few debt collection settlement companies in the nation that has been accredited by the Better Business Bureau and with an A+ BBB rating. The fact that Trident has been accredited is your assurance that our company adheres to the highest ethical standards. The company was founded and is operated by an experienced bankruptcy attorney with a strong reputation and proven track record going back twenty years.
Call us today at 303-872-8492 to speak with a debt collection settlement attorney and learn your options in dealing with Alliance One and other creditors.