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Who would have thought a $300 loan could ruin your life?

In these economic times, money problems can happen to anyone. Financial stress can be all consuming. So you took an online loan out. It was quick. It was easy. And you needed the money. But you could never pay it off. So you just paid the fees. Again and again and again. You paid hundreds, even thousands of dollars in fees. And you still owed the original $300! Then something else happened and you needed another loan. And then another.

You're stuck in the online loan trap. Hundreds of dollars every two weeks with nothing to show for it.

Remember - ads sounding 'too good to be true' are often scams or companies taking advantage of people in financial crisis. It is important to know who to trust for advice that helps you.

But you came to the right place. LoanAssistanceGroup.com will get you out. Every day we counsel people just like you on how to stop the bleeding, how to take back control of their paychecks and get out of the online loan trap once and for all. And we do it for much less than you are paying those online lenders.

Our counselors talk with you during a FREE debt counseling session and explain how we:

  • Help you create a realistic budget that you can live with.
  • Come up with a plan for repaying ALL of your creditors.
  • Tell you which scams to avoid.

Click HERE to get started on the road to financial freedom.

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This web site is for informational purposes only. It is not intended to provide legal advice or be a substitute for legal advice. We try to provide quality information, but we make no claims, promises or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of the information contained on this web site or the results that you may achieve when you use our services. The debt settlement process should only be used in the event of legitimate financial hardship. If you have sufficient income to reduce your debt load the ordinary way (by reducing the balances with payments in excess of the minimums), then you should definitely do so.