My Debt Release AffiliateIn the past few years, many individuals, couples, just like you, have been guided to lawfully and morally “unload,” terminate, “zero-out” and CANCEL millions of dollars in credit card debts. If you’ve been looking for a way out of debt,  you’ll discover valuable facts very few Americans know, knowledge you can use to get started now canceling your credit card debt!

Does that sound incredible to you? That you could actually cancel your credit card debts and never make another payment? Just as in the movie the Matrix, your choice, red pill… blue pill… It just takes a willingness to see the truth behind the illusion and the courage to take back your power.

Unfortunately those that won’t study the Law and history will be at the mercy of others to tell them what they should already know! Don’t be an unknowingly victim of others ignorance, beliefs, and superstitions!

Did you know that if you have any mortgages, unsecured loans or car finance either ongoing or even expired, that they too were probably ‘Flawed’ and you may be due to receive thousands in compensation.

We can greatly reduce your credit card debts and unsecured loans/secured loans and increase your credit score in under 6 months.
According to information gathered by the US Census bureau, there were approximately 173 million credit card holders in the United States in 2006, and that number was projected to grow to 181 million Americans by the end of 2010.  These same Americans own approximately 1.5 billion cards, an average of nearly nine credit cards issued per credit card holder.

In addition, Americans charged approximately $1,950 billion to their credit cards in 2006.  That’s just over $11,300 in charges per cardholder.  This information includes all credit card types such as bank cards, phone cards, as well as credit cards issued by oil companies and retail stores.

This data also tells us that Americans carried approximately $886 billion in credit card debt, and that number is expected to grow to a projected $1,177 billion by the end of 2010. This works out to over $5,100 in credit card debt per cardholder (not household) and that number is expected to increase to over $6,500 by the end of 2010.

Americans use their credit cards on monthly basis as a revolving line of credit to pay their monthly bills, thus paying large penalties in interest for the use of the Credit Cards.

The opportunities are enormous as you can help others with discharging and releasing their debts. And in turn, make a fortune (depending on how you see it and what you do about it) for yourself.