The first reflex we have when we can't pay off a loan installment (unexpected invoices, change in our professional status, etc.) is to ask for a new loan with lower monthly installments.
Unfortunately, banks sometimes decide not to accept new financing. Reasons may vary.
However, there is a better solution for you. Moreover, it allows you to take back hold of your financial situation without adding debt and all the while choosing a monthly amount which suits you.
Getting out of debt due to an excess of invoices
“I couldn't get out of it due to the invoices of various credit cards of stores and banks.”
“I couldn't pay some of my invoices and I was anxious at the end of each month”
Two testimonials of the same story. In 2014, at least 9% of Swiss families encoutered difficulties in paying their monthly invoices. That figure has since risen steadily.
Every month, we welcome people with different financial difficulties that can't pay their monthly invoices. Their first reflex is to subscribe to a new loan. This is often the start of a downward spiral.
However, there is another solution. It costs you less (don't take our word for it, you can also do the calculation) and moreover, you are back in charge of your finances. The solution is simply to spread the payments of your invoices.
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Spread the payment of your invoices - Solvable
Our service covers 4 steps:
- We analyze your financial situation and your debt together
- We find the best solutions with the creditors concerned and we plan spread payments of your invoices
- We regroup your debt in one monthly installment adapted to your income and we become your only person of contact
- Reminders are over, no more phone calls from your creditors and no more administrative hassle. We handle everything.
+ than 5’000clients out
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Want more information? Call us at 021 620 60 00.
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Whatever your decision, we will listen to you, we will understand you without biased judgments. Explain your situation to us and let's see together how we can quickly improve it.