Author: Ed "Once Upon A Time" Miles

Ed "Once Upon A Time" Miles writes debt consolidation reviews and other finance-related articles for crixeo.com. Ed is a cautious fellow and is very concerned about the state of the debt consolidation and personal loan industries.

Tips To Negotiate Credit Card Debt If your credit card debt is so high that monthly payments are rivaling your rent or mortgage, then you will have to negotiate your credit card debt. Similarly, if excessively high-interest payments have made it too hard for you to bring down your credit card debt, then you should negotiate credit card debt with your lender. Average Credit Card Debt The average credit card debt among consumers stands at around $3,000. The 2018 Census Bureau information showed that the median household income was almost $62,000. So when you factor in the high credit card…

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At New Fidelity Funding, they work with a network of independent lenders who can provide you with the credit you need. They don’t lend money themselves, but they can put you in touch with a lender who can help you get the financing you need. The company advertises its services at newfidelityfunding.com. ★★★★★ New Fidelity Funding Summary There are plenty of personal loan companies out there, but you may be wondering what sets New Fidelity Funding apart from the rest. Here’s a closer look at what this company has to offer. You probably received a mailer with a photo of…

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Polo Funding, Jackson Funding, Dune Ventures, Braidwood Capital, Tiffany Funding, Nickel Advisors – and the scam goes on…and the list gets longer… First things first! Thank you STEVE for sending me a copy of Polo Funding’s new mailer! I also want to once again thank all those who have emailed me and continue to keep me in the loop. They are moving faster than ever. Every seven days they are changing their website. We have to continue to do the same. I can’t thank you all enough for reaching out and staying in touch with me. We will get rid…

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Truist and LightStream are service marks of Truist Financial Corporation. It is a leading financial services company that offers a range of products and services to meet your needs. The company advertises its services at lightstream.com. LightStream Summary There are many things to consider when taking out a personal loan, and with so many lenders available it can be tough to know where to turn. However, LightStream has been getting a lot of attention lately and may be worth considering. Here is a closer look at what this lender has to offer so you can make an informed decision. After…

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Monevo is a personal loan marketplace headquartered in San Diego, California. It is the largest personal loan marketplace and platform in Europe. The large choice of lenders enables Monevo to deliver low rates in just a few minutes. VISIT SITE Monevo Loan Fast Facts Loan Amounts: $500 to $100,000APR: 3.49% to 35.99%Minimum Credit Score: None Loan type: Fixed rate unsecured personal loans Repayment terms: 3 months to 7 years Direct lender or marketplace: Marketplace Turnaround Time: Varies by Lender Best For: Anyone looking for a loan with good terms Monevo Pros & Cons Pros Wide range of loan amounts Quick online form Monevo’s online form does not negatively affect…

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Founded in 1997, LendingTree was created with one specific goal, to simplify the loan research process for borrowers. LendingTree has quickly become one of the leading online lending marketplaces, offering customers the ability to compare offers from various reputable lenders at once. VISIT WEBSITE LendingTree Loan Fast Facts Loan Amounts: $1,000 to $50,000APR: 3.99% to 35.99%Minimum Credit Score: 629 Loan Type: Secured and unsecured personal loans Repayment Terms: Varies based on Lender Direct Lender or Marketplace: Marketplace Turnaround Time: Varies by Lender Best For: Comparing a variety of loan options Lending Tree Pros & Cons Pros A single application to pre-qualify for most lenders…

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Jackson Funding, Dune Ventures, Braidwood Capital, Tiffany Funding, Nickel Advisors – and the scam goes on…and the list gets longer… First things first! Thank you CARL for sending me a copy of Jackson Funding’s new mailer! I also want to once again thank all those who have emailed me and continue to keep me in the loop. They are moving faster than ever. Every seven days they are changing their website. We have to continue to do the same. I can’t thank you all enough for reaching out and staying in touch with me. We will get rid of the…

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Dune Ventures, Braidwood Capital, Tiffany Funding, Nickel Advisors – and the scam goes on… First things first! Thank you JACKIE for sending me a copy of Dune Venture’s new mailer! I wish I had time to say more but all I can say is God Bless All of You who are helping me. Do you see how quickly these new websites go up? These guys are moving quickly so we have to do the same. I can’t thank you all enough for reaching out and staying in touch with me. We will get rid of the ruthless gang that I…

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The coronavirus pandemic has made it difficult for many Americans to manage their debt. Companies like Fiona and Braidwood Capital are fighting for market share of the growing debt consolidation loan market. In this article, I am going to highlight some of the differences between Fiona and Braidwood Capital and go over some of the techniques that you can leverage to handle debt at any age. Being in debt is not necessarily a bad thing provided that you can handle it. In fact, having some well-managed debt is better than having no debt at all since this will give confidence…

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Braidwood Capital, Tiffany Funding, Nickel Advisors – and the show goes on… First things first! Thank you MIKE for sending me a copy of Braidwood Capital’s new mailer! I want to thank all my new readers and friends for supporting my efforts to shine a light on the gang (I don’t know if that’s what we call them?) behind Braidwood Capital, Tiffany Funding, Nickel Advisors, and Coral Funding. In my last article, I offered $50 to anybody who would send me any new direct mail with a suspicious offer so I can review it before too much damage was done.…

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