The Debt Relief Company - In The News
July 26th, 2021
"Adem Selita, CEO and co-founder of The Debt Relief Company, said some people just don’t want to deal with accounting for different cards and worrying about expirations and how or when to spend them.
If that describes you, he said, your best bet may just be to sell, donate or regift the cards or vouchers or credits."
If you sell them, he pointed out, you’ll typically lose 20 percent to 25 percent of the value but it’s one less thing to worry about it and you can use the cash to spend how you like, without any limitations."
August 18, 2020
Adem Selita, CEO & Co-founder at The Debt Relief Company, says: “The key thing to understand is that during a recession, consumers have more power and leverage than they would otherwise. What does this mean for consumers? It means you should reach out to your credit card companies directly and negotiate better repayment terms and better interest rates. Since the odds of default are likely to increase during the recession, credit card companies are much more willing to work with you.”
December 23rd, 2020
Credit-card debt is a slippery slope in the best of times. And when the economy is uncertain, it’s best to avoid using credit cards as much as possible. “It’s never advised to spend money you don’t have via revolving lines of credit. And psychologically making purchases via most credit cards makes us a lot less frugal and undisciplined,” says Adem Selita, CEO and co-founder of The Debt Relief Company. “Considering that interest rates are near all-time lows, paying 20% or more on credit-card debt is a terrible financial decision to make.”
November 18th, 2020
Find stocks that have high trade volumes so you can sell easily. Adam Selita, CEO of the Debt Relief Company notes, "less than a million shares traded daily is a red flag." The most credible information on a company will come from SEC filings — or an analyst report published by a reputable brokerage, investment firm, or independent financial-research firm.
Be skeptical of any unsolicited contact, like cold emails or telemarketing calls. Similarly, don't trust stock picks and recommendations from sponsored content you see published on the web. Selita notes that lots of sponsored content on a certain firm may indicate that insiders are planning on dumping the stock after its price rises. If the promotional material says "pennies to dollars instantly!"— run.
February 18th, 2021
“It’s safe to say many investment and savings rules no longer apply in the current economic climate,” said Dino Selita, president and co-founder of The Debt Relief Company. “Things have changed significantly for many consumers and I feel sticking to a rigid rule of thumb for allocation of cash is an old idea that does not reflect the dynamics of a consumer living today. Some consumers are saving more since the pandemic while others are not. Things have changed significantly and due to this, it’s best for consumers to adapt alongside their budget.”
June 17, 2020
"As a general rule, your first priority should be to make payments on your secured obligations, like your mortgage or auto loan, explains Adam Selita, CEO of the Debt Relief Company. Many creditors are offering assistance during this time, he says, so it’s important you can communicate with any of your lenders or providers before you fall behind on payments."
March 17, 2021
“During the most recent pandemic, Gen X and boomers saved the most,” said Dino Selita, president and co-founder of The Debt Relief Company. “Although the percentage of income saved has undoubtedly decreased since then, both generational groups understood that saving is vital during times of uncertainty and economic slowdown. In this regard, both groups can be quite conservative when the going gets tough.”
September 15th, 2020
“Courage is the largest prerequisite to make plans when the future is so unpredictable. Courage is a mission-critical quality in that any great leader which is an exemplary of courage knows how to guide their team into the unknown and portray a semblance of confidence and aptitude, even if they are unsure of themselves and the path they are headed towards. A leader should exude courage in all that they do, but most importantly in their ability to lead their team into the unknown and become a coach to those around them."
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