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Old 09-21-2009, 04:05 PM   #1
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Default Debt settlement: What you might have in common with Donald Trump

Business Week reports that apprentice star and business mogul Donald Trump is overextended and in
financial trouble again - and once again "the Donald is scrambling to renegotiate the loans and shore up his wobbly empire." Business Week, August 2008. Trump may be able to renegotiate (as he has in the past) because the banks and other creditors think they can cut better deals outside of bankruptcy court than inside bankruptcy court.

"Regular folks may not know it, but they have some of the same options as 'the Donald' when they get in over their heads with unsecured debt such as credit cards and medical bills," says Joseph R. Manning, Jr., Esq., General Counsel for Next Move 123, a Newport Beach, California debt settlement company.

Next Move 123 provides consumers with the assistance of experienced non-attorney negotiators. "Our objective is to settle consumer debt for less than the amount owed and place the consumer on a path to financial independence," said Sean Reynolds, President of Next Move 123.

Debt settlement is a proven bankruptcy alternative.

Based in Newport Beach, Calif., Next Move 123, Inc., ( is a debt settlement firm dedicated to assisting consumers to reduce unsecured debt and become financially independent.

SOURCE Law Offices of Joseph R. Manning, Jr.

Sean Reynolds of Next Move 123, Inc., +1-949-463-1065
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