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Premier Debt Help is a relatively small company compared to its competition. They offer fairly competitive pricing, even if they lack major industry accreditations. The company’s website offers real life settlement scenarios so you can see how much you can save with them.
- Free consultation over the phone on whether you qualify for debt settlement
- Money back guarantee
- Minimum of $5,000 in debt to qualify (less than industry average)
Premier Debt Help only requires its customers to have $5,000 of debt in order to access its services.
Money Back Guarantee
Additionally, there is a money back guarantee and they take on cases as small as $5,000 in unsecured debt (which is lower than average compared to their competitors). All of this is explained in detail by calling in to take advantage of their no-cost debt consultation.
Customers reported appreciating the personal, one-on-one attention they received from Premier Debt’s service and negotiation teams. This can be a relief to some when many other companies will bounce the consumer around with multiple agents. Additionally, the lack of an up-front fee is sometimes surprising for clients, even if it is fairly standard for ethical companies in the industry.
- We were unable to find any major industry accreditations
- We do not know which states they are available in
No Industry Accreditations
Industry accreditations are important to ensure that a company is following best practices and standards. PDH’s main drawback is its complete lack of accreditations. It has no industry accreditations like AFCC, IAPDA, or FTC certifications, which may cause some to question their commitment to being the best in the industry.
Another issue is the lack of a clear list of states in which Premier Debt Help is licensed and operating. Instead, potential customers must call in and check to see if they are eligible for PDH’s program. This makes the process much more difficult for the consumer especially if the company does not operate in the potential customer’s state. Having the state availability on the company’s website would be very helpful to many consumers.