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I have about $14,000 in credit card debt that is pretty high interest. What is my best option to try to save on my interest charges without killing my credit score and just being smart about getting this paid off?
October 16, 2015 03:48:27 PM
Borrowing & Managing Your Credit
In reply to Ethan, Canaan
Thanks for coming by TD Helps, Ethan. We understand your concern and would be gald to help provide details.
Here at TD Bank, we make borrowing easy! Whether you need money to consolidate high interest debt or to simply go on a vacation, our personal loan product may fit your needs.
We invite you to check out our Personal Loans, which can be found here: http://bit.ly/1f9XZWu. If you're a home owner, feel free to take a look at our home lending options here: http://bit.ly/JLMRHg.
When taking a look at these options, we invite you to take a look here: http://bit.ly/1iwaP4B. The link will take you to our Debt Consolidation Calculator that may help you determine an amount you'd need to borrow in order to consolidate your debts. In addition to the calculator mentioned above, take a look here http://bit.ly/1uiZlYf for more information on budgeting in order to facilitate getting out of debt.
Once you're ready to apply for a loan, you are able to do so by selecting "Apply Now" beneath the loan of your choosing, calling us 24/7 by dialing 800-937-5020 to speak with our Financial Solutions Group Representatives or by visiting a TD Store during lobby hours. To take a look at Stores in your area and their hours please visit http://bit.ly/TDStores.
Here are also some helpful tools TD Bank offers that may help you understand your credit score and report: http://bit.ly/1jOWoe7 and also check out: http://bit.ly/1nUzsyy on how to build good credit score. You could also take a look here: http://bit.ly/1dHULN9 to review our Finance 101 page that could help you manage your finances as well.
We hope this information is useful, Ethan. Take care and have a great weekend!
Justin B, Mount Laurel
October 16, 2015 03:49:13 PM