Credit consolidation: why and how?
Unforeseen; decrease in income, family event, accident in life, marital separation, etc., have a direct impact on your budget. The accumulation of debts leads to new credits which are added to your already high monthly payments.
The consolidation of credits becomes the adequate solution to reorganize your debts and find a financial balance.
“Managing your budget will no longer be a difficulty! “
With the help of a Credit Provider advisor, you can reduce your monthly payments from 20% to 60%, depending on your file. It is also possible to integrate additional cash which will allow you to finalize your projects or to fill a bank overdraft.
Buying credit is not only the way to avoid over-indebtedness, it is also the solution to rebalance a budget and carry out your projects.
Who is concerned?
The repurchase of credits is not only reserved for people who present a significant debt. It is also a simple management tool intended for those who wish to:
- Improve their financial situation,
- Obtain greater purchasing power,
- Rediscover serenity at the end of the month,
- Finalize a personal project,
- And even regain savings capacity.
Benefits of credit consolidation
- Credit rescheduling
- Single monthly repayment
- Reduction of the monthly payment which can go from 30 to 65% depending on the case
- Increase your savings capacity
- Possibility of receiving cash to finance a project
- You keep your bank account
Whatever your needs, Credit Provider offers you adapted solutions, because being close to you is essential. Do not hesitate to contact your advisor who will answer all your questions with professionalism.
Credit Provider is an organization approved by the French Association of Banking Intermediaries. No payment of any kind whatsoever may be required from an individual before obtaining one or more loans of money. The decrease in the amount of the monthly payments leads to an extension of the repayment period and increases the total cost of the credit. The reduction depends on the remaining term of the loans purchased.