Eliminate debt and keep the business.

Permanently settle merchant cash advances, bank loans, unsecured loans, vendor debts, and secured commercial loans. You can disengage from unmanageable withdrawals and regain control of your cash flow in just a few days.

  • $2,500.00

    This one-time payment gives you the knowledge, strategies, and ability to negotiate and solve your debt issues.

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  • $3,000.00

    2 monthly payments of $1,500

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FAQ

  • Is this course worth $2,500?

    Until now, the only options for small businesses struggling with debt have been to declare bankruptcy, hire a debt relief agency, or an attorney. These specialists often require a monthly retainer that may last for months or years, and bankruptcy often destroys the business. Our course eliminates the need for any of these options, and the one-time cost of the course, $2500, is less than the average monthly retainer fees of other companies.

  • Will this course protect my accounts from being seized?

    You might have signed a contract giving a creditor the right to seize any funds repeatedly. If you default and your creditor knows your bank accounts locations, they can (will) seize your money without prior notification. This course shows you how to minimize that risk.

  • Can creditors seize my employee’s payroll?

    Yes, they can and will because they do not distinguish between what money gets assigned to payroll or anything else. Creditors and collectors do not care.

  • How much time will this take?

    After completing the steps necessary to protect your accounts, the negotiation process takes about an hour or two a week until you achieve a settlement. An employee, or someone you trust, can use this course to negotiate with creditors on your behalf. We have 3rd party templates for all creditor communications.

  • What is the difficulty level of this course?

    The “fill-in-the-blank system” for communicating with creditors makes writing emails easy. Phone scripts simplify the communication process and help you avoid missteps with duplicitous creditors.

  • How long does it take to settle a business debt?

    This course gives you “breathing room” to build up settlement funds and establish settlement offers. Whether it takes two weeks or two years, the creditor is on your timeline now.

  • Why should I educate myself on business debt settlement?

    Educate yourself to avoid being taken advantage of by debt collectors and debt relief companies. Bardwell Creative gives you the tools to make your own decisions based on a systematic solution.

Reviews

5 star rating

This Really Saved My Business

Sarah Ball

Its only been a few weeks and I have already received reduced settlement offers I didn't know I could get! The collectors stopped going after me and my busin...

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Its only been a few weeks and I have already received reduced settlement offers I didn't know I could get! The collectors stopped going after me and my business after I learned what to do and what to expect.

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5 star rating

LOVED IT!

Anthony Fray

I took out Merchant Cash Advances to keep my business going during the pandemic and eventually could not keep up with the payments. This course helped me pau...

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I took out Merchant Cash Advances to keep my business going during the pandemic and eventually could not keep up with the payments. This course helped me pause the withdrawals until I was able to afford a settlement. Thank you!!!

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5 star rating

Well that was easy

Sam Foley

It was actually kind of easy to do this. I've hired people in the past to help me with my business debt and it cost a fortune. It's about time there is a cou...

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It was actually kind of easy to do this. I've hired people in the past to help me with my business debt and it cost a fortune. It's about time there is a course on this.

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MANUAL AND PREVIEW VIDEOS

  1. 1
  2. 2
    • Phase 1 Intro

  3. 3
    • P1 - 1 Chapter Intro

    • P1 - 1.1 Understand the Big Picture

    • P1 - 1.2 Learn What NOT to Do

    • P1 - 1.3 Creditors Lies and Empty Threats

    • P1 - 1.4 Be Prepared for Lawsuit Threats

    • P1 - 1.5 Your Rights as a Business Debtor

    • P1 - 1.6 Read Creditor Communication Guidelines (1st Party)

    • P1 - 1.6 Read Creditor Communication Guidelines (3rd Party)

    • P1 - 1.7 When To Use a Lawyer

  4. 4
    • P1 - 2 Chapter Intro

    • P1 - 2.1 Create a New Google Account

    • P1 - 2.2 Download Chrome Browser

    • P1 - 2.3 Set up a Google Voice Phone Number

    • P1 - 2.4 Manage Contacts and Labels on Gmail

    • P1 - 2.5 Create Google Drive Folders and Upload Documents

    • P1 - 2.6 Create a Gmail Task List

    • P1 - 2.7 Create Tasks and Reminders on Google Calendar

    • P1 - 2.8 Google Account Overview

  5. 5
    • P1 - 3 Chapter Intro

    • P1 - 3.1 Get the Spreadsheet of Woe

    • P1 - 3.2 Get to Know the Spreadsheet of Woe

    • P1 - 3.3 Update the Spreadsheet of Woe

  6. 6
    • P1 - 4 Chapter Intro

    • P1 - 4.1 Check New Bank Account Guidelines

  7. 7
    • P1 - 5 Chapter Intro

    • P1 - 5.1 Change Credit Card Processor and Online Merchant Accounts

  8. 8
    • P1 - 6 Chapter Intro

    • P1 - 6.1 How To Close Your Bank Account

  9. 9
    • P1 - 7.1 Warn Clients

  10. 10
    • P1 - 8.1 Warn Staff and Family

  11. 11
    • P1 - 9.1 Locate Creditor's Contact Info

  12. 12
    • P1 - 10.1. Locate Court and UCC Filings Against Your Business

  13. 13
    • Phase 2 Intro

  14. 14
    • P2 - 1.1 Review Creditor Communication Guidelines

    • P2 - 1.2 Request Statement and Contract

    • P2 - 1.3 Stop Creditor Harassment

  15. 15
    • P2 - 1.1 Review Creditor Communication Guidelines

    • P2 - 1.2 Request Statement and Contract

    • P2 - 1.3 Stop Creditor Harassment

  16. 16
    • P2 - 2 Chapter Intro

    • P2 - 2.1 Read The Settlement Guidelines

    • P2 - 2.2 Understand Judgements, Summons, and 406 Notices

    • P2 - 2.3 Deal With Legal Filings

  17. 17
    • P2 - 2 Chapter Intro

    • P2 - 2.1 Read The Settlement Guidelines

    • P2 - 2.2 Understand Judgements, Summons, and 406 Notices

    • P2 - 2.3 Deal With Legal Filings

  18. 18
    • P2 - 3.1 Deal With Held Receivables

  19. 19
    • P2 - 3.1 Deal With Held Receivables

  20. 20
    • P2 - 4.1 Deal With Frozen Personal Bank Account

    • P2 - 4.2 Deal With Frozen Business Bank Account

  21. 21
    • P2 - 4.1 Deal With Frozen Personal Bank Account

    • P2 - 4.2 Deal With Frozen Business Bank Account

  22. 22
    • Phase 3 Intro

  23. 23
    • P3 - 1.1 Create Hardship Documentation

  24. 24
    • P3 - 2.1 Update Gmail Account & the Spreadsheet of Woe

  25. 25
    • P3 - 3.1 - Review the Communication Guidelines

    • P3 - 3.2 - Review the Settlement Guidelines

    • P3 - 3.3 - Email Creditors You Need To Stall

  26. 26
    • P3 - 3.1 - Review the Communication Guidelines

    • P3 - 3.2 - Review the Settlement Guidelines

    • P3 - 3.3 - Email Creditors You Need To Stall

  27. 27
    • P3 - 4.1 Gather Additional Hardship Documentation

  28. 28
    • Phase 4 - Phase Intro

  29. 29
    • P4 - 1.1 Update Hardship Documentation

  30. 30
    • P4 - 2.1 Update Gmail and the Spreadsheet of Woe

  31. 31
    • P4 - 3 Chapter Intro

    • P4 - 3.1 Email Settlement Offers

  32. 32
    • P4 - 3 Chapter Intro

    • P4 - 3.1 Email Settlement Offers

  33. 33
    • P4 - 4 Chapter Intro

    • P4 - 4.1 Email Settlement Terms to the Creditor

    • P4 - 4.2 Email the Settlement Agreement to the Creditor

  34. 34
    • P4 - 4 Chapter Intro

    • P4 - 4.1 Email Settlement Terms to the Creditor

    • P4 - 4.2 Email the Settlement Agreement to the Creditor

  35. 35
    • P4 - 5.1 Terminate Legal Filings Against Your Business

    • P4 - 5.2 Update Business Credit Reports

  36. 36
    • P4 - 5.1 Terminate Legal Filings Against The Debtor's Business

    • P4 - 5.2 Update Business Credit Reports