ReadyForZero, a San Francisco based financial technology company, stated that users can now use the ReadyForZero Plus to make payments directly online and automatically service their debts.
ReadyForZero, a personal debt management program is claimed to be an effective way to manage and reduce debt online. Users can leverage the program to securely link their accounts such as student loans, credit cards, mortgages and more and afterwards craft a plan to bring down the debt they owe and also receive actionable advice.
Rod Ebrahimi, co-founder and CEO commented, “ReadyForZero Plus uses technology to tell you what banks can't tell you. We will detect, for example, a new checking deposit and tell you exactly how much interest and time you will save by making an extra payment to one of your debts, before you spend it elsewhere. The result is positive behavior change, a more satisfying consumer experience and improved financial stability.”
In the United States alone, consumers have over $2.4 trillion in debt on their own and are paying approximately $1 trillion every year to service this debt. The ReadyForZero program blends real-time data combining actionable financial recommendations with the capability to make online payments. One can automate everything about their personal debt with this program.
Users can get personalized payment recommendations based on how much money they have and with ReadyForZero Plus, they can proceed to securely make their payments right from the site, and see the impact in time and money saved.
ReadyForZero assured users that it encrypts their data with 256-bit SSL protection, preventing anyone from accessing their information and its technology stack is fully PCI (News - Alert) DSS compliant, professionally verified and tested. PCI compliance is a strict security standard that ensures companies safely process electronic payments.
Some of the advantages of ReadyForZero Plus are: one can use actual cash flow and deposits to make their payment decisions; and receive immediate feedback on interest and time savings.
Edited by Brooke Neuman