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Even if you are unable to meet all your monthly payments, actively communicating with you creditors may help you overcome a financial crisis.

When should you contact your creditors? A creditor is any bank, store or company to whom you owe money. If for any reason you come to a point where you are unable to meet your monthly payments, let your creditors know. Contact them either by phone, mail or visit their offices or branches.

Let them know why you are unable to pay. Try to reach an agreement that you can meet and that allows you to reduce your monthly payments.

If you are behind on one of your payments or you know that you will be unable to meet your next payment, call your creditor immediatly. If your debt is with Popular call us at (787) 771-2777 to work on some options together.
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