Everyone can relate to the human story of a promise made and a promise broken. The heartache, anger, and frustration are real. Plus, they take time to simmer down to a manageable conglomeration.
We’ve all been there. No doubt about it.
But what made the anger and frustration giant-sized for me recently was cherry on the top of the broken promisesundae. No apology, no regret, just constant whining of the selfish perp: “But I didn’t know what to do! I didn’t call you because I was so alone! I was so upset; and, on and on.” I, I, I…
We have all experienced the huge disappointment of being let down by a selfish promise breaker. The people who:
- Won’t do what’s right
- Only care about their own interests
- Don’t know how to do what’s right
Wow. No problem, I understand. I’ll move on. I can do that.
Now, imagine that the same story is unfolding in your finances. Debt collectors are a lot like my former friend, aren’t they?
They won’t do what’s right.
They want what they want.
They want it the way they want it.
And they want it when they demand it.
Like spoiled toddlers, they call, they scream, they threaten til you relent and give them money. Or information. Or both. Even if the bill is wrong, inflated, or not your bill.
What would life look like without the stress caused by debt collectors? Especially medical debt collectors.
There are some extremely unprofessional collection agencies resurrecting old debt and selling it over and over and over until you cannot even begin to sort it.
The new law isn’t going to take those old debts away. And it only covers small medical debts under $500.
Frazzled by excuses? Tired of the calls, letters, and emails?
Stress no more. Make a plan – and take action.
I cordially invite you to learn more about our Medical Debt Reduction Program. Grab your back-up plan for the “stuff” that happens in life. Imagine a frustrated debt collector screaming “I’m going to tell Grandma!” I love the visual…
We don’t make excuses. We don’t have quiet quitters. And, we have a few openings for new clients. Can we help you?
Leave a Reply