Bankruptcy Affiliates Provide Services In 40 States

Bankruptcy Affiliates answer questions like "what is the difference between chapter 7 bankruptcy and chapter 13, and will my creditors stop harassing me?" Bankruptcy Affiliate Programs provide bankruptcy services in 40 states with no fees.
By: Rich Preisig
Aug. 28, 2011 - PRLog -- What is the difference between chapter 7 bankruptcy and chapter 13, and will my creditors stop harassing me are going to be some of the questions asked by your client's once you're a Bankruptcy Affiliate.  Bankruptcy Affiliates provide the necessary information for a bankruptcy candidate to choose whether filing bankruptcy is right for them.

The process begins by working through every available option like debt settlement or debt negotiation.  When it is determined that there is no other option available, but to file a bankruptcy petition your candidate should consider the following.

How to declare and file bankruptcy is taken care of by a multijurisdictional law firm that covers 40 states, so your clients are being taken care of by bankruptcy lawyers in their area.  Points of interest that may be expressed by the bankruptcy affiliates to their prospective clients and answering their questions is key, but in the end it's not up to you as the marketer to make the final decision. You just fill out the application and the law firm takes care of the rest.

The Bankruptcy Affiliate Program will take a close look at the clients financial situation. You'll find that the people who are suitable for bankruptcy services are anything but happy, so it's important to inform them of their rights and alternative options.  More times than not the clients prefer ignoring the situation they're in until someone is willing to answer their questions.  The good news is, your bankruptcy agents don't have to make any decisions or give any legal advice, but rather take the clients application and the law firm takes over from there.

This means that your primary business can benefit in multiple ways.  If you're already offering bankruptcy services, but are limited to only the state you are licensed in, you now have another 39 states with no outlay of capital.  There are jaw dropping commissions for debt settlement affiliates who have been harnessed by the FTC ruling back in Oct. of 2010.

The same prospects that you called and recommended debt settlement to are in even more debt where there appears to be no hope of getting out of that debt in the near future.  They may have gone through their savings, been out of the job market for a long period of time, and hospital stays mean medical bills; all of which can't be paid if they don't have money.

These people are in fear of their creditors at this point, including their bank(s) threatening to foreclose on their house.  Your clients may also be facing the repossession of their car or some other legal situation that may threaten the loss of the home their family is in.  You'll find that many of the people you speak to have lost their job and or primary income that used to cover the mortgage, credit cards, etc.  Many if not all of their bill are past due and or only minimum payments are being made in a last hope of keeping the creditors from calling or sending threatening letters.  Some of the suitable bankruptcy client's you'll speak with are living without the basic necessities of Life just to make their ends meet.

A bankruptcy lawyer or debt settlement attorney can now build their business without putting any extra money into the business. By simply submitting your clients application to the bankruptcy law firm your job is done.  Your client doesn't need to call or email you any longer for the paralegal that calls the client within 1 hour of you submitting the application will then give them their number.  More often than not, the Bankruptcy Affiliate Program is in addition to other services being offered.

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