Debt Consolidation in Hawaii

Are you a Hawaii resident with multiple debts? Does your everyday schedule consist of harassing collection calls and past due notices from creditors? If this is your situation, then debt consolidation in Hawaii could be a favorable solution. It will not only help you to get rid of multiple debts but also restore your credit report.

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Benefits of Debt Consolidation in Hawaii

  • Consolidates your bills into a single payment
  • Reduces or eliminates high interest rates
  • Lowers your monthly payments
  • Reduces or eliminates late charges
  • Avoid bankruptcy
  • May waive off any penalty charges
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How does Debt Consolidation Program work in Hawaii?

Hawaii Debt Consolidation can be a quick fix to all your multiple debt problems including hampered credit reports and creditor harassment. In Hawaii you can consolidate your debts in two ways:

You can either take out a consolidation loan at a low interest to pay off all your existing debts.

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You can seek debt consolidation assistance from a reputable debt consolidation company in Hawaii.

a) Debt Consolidation Loan

Here you take out a low interest consolidation loan to pay off your multiple debts. The high interest on your loans is reduced so you can pay off your debts easily. You can also approach your creditors for reductions in late fees and penalties and increases your credit score.

There are two types of consolidation loans available in Hawaii:

  • Secured Loans: A secured loan is requires you to secure the loan with collateral/asset, which is generally a house or car. Collateral protects the lender from a default by the borrower. Typically, a secured loan allows you to borrow more at a lower interest rate. It is therefore a safe option.
  • Unsecured Loans: Unsecured loans are not secured by any collateral or asset. They usually carry higher interest rates than secured loans, and if there are any defaults, the consequences can be severe.

b) Debt Consolidation Company

If you are not comfortable dealing with your creditors alone, then the best way to consolidate your debts is with a debt consolidation company. Ensure that the company is accredited by the Better Business Bureau (BBB) to avoid any legal complications.
When you enroll, the company appoints a debt consolidation attorney to work on your behalf. The attorney analyzes your situation and creates a suitable plan. The lawyer first notifies your creditors to contact them and not their clients then negotiates with your lenders to reduce your interest rates, late-fees, and over-limit charges.
This way you can pay off your debts in a planned way that will help you to become debt free sooner.

Debts ideal for consolidation in Hawaii

The debts which are generally ideal for debt consolidation in Hawaii are:

  • Credit Cards Debts
  • Private Student Loans
  • Personal Loans
  • Medical bills
  • Payday Loans

If you want to consolidate your credit card debts then it is better to first check out the credit card debt laws in Hawaii. This will help you avoid credit card debt consolidation scams and enable you to get out of debt faster.

Effects of Hawaii Debt Consolidation on your Credit Score

Debt consolidation is a debt relief program that tries to provide debt relief without causing your credit score too much damage. When you enroll in a debt consolidation program, your credit score may suffer a dip, but as you pay off your debts regularly, your credit score improves.

Things to avoid while in a consolidation program

While in a debt consolidation program in Hawaii, you should be careful about some things. Below are a few things you should remember:

  • Do not to close your credit card accounts as soon as you pay them off, especially the older ones as it hurts your credit scores tremendously.
  • Avoid incurring any new loans as it lowers your score.
  • Make timely payments as it helps in giving your credit scores a boost.
  • Avoid any kind of balance transfers as they injure your credit scores to a great extent.
  • Avoid applying for frequent credit as these lead to a high chance of defaults.

Related information


State Attorney General Phone Number: (808) 586-1500
Public Service Commission Phone Number: 808-586-2020

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Western Region Federal Trade Commission 901 Market Street, Suite 570 San Francisco, CA 94103 Western Region Federal Trade Commission 10877 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 700 Los Angeles, California 90024
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CFPB Toll Free:
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