PR Log - Mar 19, 2012 - [Istanbul, 19 March 2012]- Garanti Bank, Turkey’s biggest issuer of credit cards has announced that Turks use credit cards for more than 30 per cent of their purchases. Credit debts have risen by more than 23 per cent in the country, and the government is reacting by disallowing some from using credit cards at ATM’s. This move from the government is likely to affect more than 3.7 million people, not counting the 2.5 million odd people who are on the verge of delinquency. But thanks to smart companies like KKBT that allow people to pay kredi kartı taksitlendirme, there is still hope for millions of Turks.
“KKBT is a perfectly legal and honest way to clear off your credit card debt. The interest payable to banks is sometimes more than 30 per cent. Why would you pay more to banks, when you can clear off your debt in a much lesser amount,” says the spokesperson at KKBT. The Company offers a low interest rate and allows you to pay back in just 12 equal installments. Applicants need not even submit surety bonds or other related documents. Kredi kartı taksitlendirme can be paid in easy installments even as the applicant can stay free from stress. The best thing about is that at the end of the credit card debt, the contract is closed and cleared.
The Company offers to pay kredi kartı borcu for all banks including Yapi Kredi, Garanti, TEB, HSBC, Vakifbank etc.
The restrictive policies of the government and tough recovery strategies from banks make it nearly impossible for debt owners to clear off their balance. But KKBT helps people get rid of the debt without hassle. They also provide practical solutions to people looking to clear off the balance. “The biggest and the most important step to clear off your credit card debt is to first acknowledge the problem and to resist the urge to use the card at every whim. You can keep your card stored away in a locker,” adds the spokesperson. Applicants can also use their debt calculator to determine the minimum amount that is to be paid to clear off the debt within 12 months.