US consumers are surprised to find out they can settle their credit card debt for much less than they owe.

(Washington, D.C.) - Consumer credit card debt is becoming a huge problem. On average, Americans carry $6,354 in bank-issued credit card debt month-to-month, and pay nearly $1,300 in interest and fees to credit card companies each year.1

But now there's a little-known secret the credit card companies don't want people to know...

U.S. consumers with heavy credit card debt, now have the right to settle their debt for a fraction of the amount owed.

The Cat is Out of the Bag

Nothing stays hidden in the age of the Internet for too long, and this program is going viral. People are now learning they can get rid of credit card debt, medical bills, lines of credit, and other forms of unsecured debt without having to take out a debt consolidation loan or pay off their balances in full.

The good news is you can qualify for this program right now.

Help for the Middle Class

Some consumers think this is a program for those who need assistance. This is 100% false – this program is specifically designed for US residents who have more than $10,000 in credit card debt.

How Does it Work?

This program helps eliminate credit card debt by using technology to negotiate debt balances directly with credit card companies.

It's not a loan... so there's no loan term, APR, or interest. With personal bankruptices on the rise, this program convinces credit card companies they're better off settling debts than risk not getting paid at all.

This program is designed to get you out of debt as fast as possible by paying the least amount possible.

FinallyZero has helped thousands negotiate settlements with credit card companies, wiping out over 48% of the debt owed just by filling out one simple online form.

Find Out Instantly How Much You Can Save

You can get qualified and find out how much you can save for free. There’s no obligation, and no upfront payment needed to get started. The best part is, once you get started, you’re in.