Debt Advisor is an online marketplace that matches users with debt consolidation providers. The service is free of charge, and connects users with its network of partners without committing them to anything.
The main reason to go with Debt Advisor is to save time. If you find yourself in debt, whether it be credit card debt, loan debt, or any other time of debt, one option is debt consolidation. Instead of contacting multiple providers on your own, Debt Advisor’s automated system processes your details and matches you with the best providers for your needs.
Debt Advisor providers one major service: matching you with the most suitable company (or companies) for your needs. Debt Advisor isn’t a direct provider of debt consolidation services.
The service works like this:
The highlight here is obviously time saved. It can take a few minutes for Debt Advisor’s system to process your details and return results. While you wait, you’ll see a note advising you to be patient and asking you not to refresh or exit the page. But a few minutes is certainly better than the several hours it would take to contact each of these companies individually. Debt Advisor does all the heavy lifting for you by filtering through its network to work out which providers are suited to your needs and which aren’t. The result is that you’ll be contacted by companies that can potentially help you reduce your monthly payment. Again, this is a free service, so all it costs you to try out the matching service is your time and your contact details.
In theory, Debt Advisor’s network of partners help people resolve all types of debt. The most common types of debt include credit card debt, student loan debt, medical debt, and tax debt. Debt consolidation is designed to help you in any situation in which you find yourself unable to keep up with payments. The good thing about Debt Advisor’s network of partners is that each of them offers its own approach to debt consolidation at its own prices. Debt Advisor does the work of finding a shortlist of providers, and you get to choose which of these providers you ultimately want to work with.
The Debt Advisor website uses standard SSL security, encrypting the connection between your browser and its site and protecting your details. When you share your contact details with Debt Advisor, you give your consent to have Debt Advisor share those details with its partnering debt consolidation providers.
Debt Advisor provides customer service at the phone number seen below under “Contact Details.” However, as this is an automated matching service, the customer service is fairly minimal. The main point of Debt Advisor’s online platform is to connect users with actual debt consolidation providers—and it’s these providers that provide the final customer service.
124 Broadkill Road #468
Milton, DE 19968