The Globe and Mail’s finance columnist Andrew Lee has a handy list of ways you can cut your credit cards debt, and that list includes the use of video conferences software, audio recording software and personal finance software.
It’s a good idea to use all three of these if you can, says Andrew Lee, an editor with The Globe.
But he says you’ll be surprised how little you’ll actually save with a video confederator.
Read moreHere are three reasons why video conferees are good for your credit, says Lee: You can use the software to set up meetings with the other two participants; if they’re available, you can record and upload them to the Internet; and the conferencers can provide a wealth of helpful information about your creditworthiness.
Lee recommends using the free, open-source software called OpenVideoConference.
It provides you with a wealth in-depth description of your credit situation and offers a variety of different types of video.
It can also help you understand your personal finances, and you can upload the videos to the Web to share with others.
Here are some of the ways you might want to use OpenVideoConferencing:Get information on your finances with video confers.
There’s no better way to learn about your financial situation than to watch a video that contains the full story.
You can learn about the amount of debt you have, the interest rate you pay, the credit card balances and any outstanding debts that are not forgiven.
(Some video conferers offer a little information about the underlying credit history, too.)
You can also find out if you have overdrafts on your card or credit card balance, and if you’ve received any overdue payments.
You’ll also find tips on how to make payments and manage your credit in a way that’s fair to both parties.
Get the facts about your personal credit with the help of a credit counsellor.
(To find out more about credit counselling, click here.)
You may also want to ask your credit provider if they offer any free, in-person or online credit counselling services.
(You can check with your credit bureau for free credit counselling.)
And you might be interested in checking out this blog post that shows how to use the video conferer software on your computer, smartphone and tablet to help you learn about and manage the information in your credit report.
OpenVideoConferees also give you information about how much you owe and how much it could cost to make a payment.
You don’t need to use video conferrals to get these kinds of information.
However, you will want to be sure you know what to do if you don’t pay your debts.
So, you may want to download the software and start viewing the debt information on the Web.
If you do decide to use a video conference software, there are some things you should do before you begin.
First, it’s best to talk to a credit counselor first to make sure you’re clear on your rights.
You might need to explain the benefits and the limits of what you can do, such as:You can also ask your lender if there’s a provision in your debt that allows you to make the payment and collect a certain amount.
If you don, you’ll need to negotiate the terms.
You should also be aware that some credit card companies, such to United Credit, are refusing to give you a copy of your bill or even a copy if you file a lawsuit against them.
You should also make sure that you understand what you’re signing up for when you sign up for a video confer.
(This is called a “credit check.”)
For example, you might have to agree to the terms of the video conference agreement before you can make the loan.
If the agreement says you can’t make a credit card payment until the next business day, you should contact your credit union to ask them to change the agreement.
You may want, however, to check with the company about the terms you signed up for.
If they have any, you want to talk with them to see if they have a way to stop you from making the payment or collecting the money.
You can always cancel the meeting with your lender or cancel it if you’re not satisfied.
(The best way to avoid this is to talk in person.)
If you have any questions about your agreement with your company, ask for help from the person on the other end of the conference call.
And, if you do want to cancel, the best thing you can try is to write a letter to the company and explain what you think the agreement is, says Julie Gulliford, a credit analyst with Experian.
She recommends signing a contract that clearly states that you’re cancelling and that you’ll pay back the money if the company doesn’t pay you back.
(Find out more in the article How to cancel a credit conference with your bank.)
If you’re unable to cancel your meeting,