Please also confirm that you also mark my credit reference file to show that you have accepted the amount mentioned above as full and final compensation and that the account will be closed and paid. This contract is valid until (date) and is considered null and void if the debtor has not made the payment within the due period and the status of the account is immediately considered due. This debt settlement contract consists of a single person (s) and a single creditor (s) and an individual person (s) (s). Think about your budget so you don`t spend too much on your accounts. If you are negotiating structured compensation, also give yourself enough time to make any payments. Be prepared to stay away from bad business or business you can`t afford. Structured compensation consists of a pre-defined rate of payments over a pre-defined period. Below are details on writing a letter of proposal to settle the debt that should contain everything you need: if you are working to settle a debt yourself, you want to do everything in writing. This is particularly the case when you enter into formal debt repayment agreements. Creditors and collectors will try to get you to accept things over the phone. Don`t fall for it! Ask them to send you their proposal in writing.
Avoid saying anything that acknowledges that you are obliged to repay the debt. You can use this template for debt settlement letters to negotiate everything in writing. Home “How to write a proposal to repay the debt This debt settlement agreement (the “contract”) contains the terms and conditions of the contractual agreement between [COMPANY] with the place of [ADDRESS] and [the “debtor”) and [COMPANY] with its main place of activity at [ADDRESS] (the “creditor”) which agrees to be bound by this agreement. This standard letter makes an initial offer to repay debt to a third-party debtor. Use this model if your debt was sold by the original creditor to a collection office or a debt buyer. The offer includes a request for payment for deletion. There are two types of collection officers: those who work under contract to collect an offender`s account; and those who buy accounts from original creditors.