Credit Card Fighters – Can You Really Eliminate Your Credit Card Debts

Who are credit card fighters and can they really eliminate credit card bills? However, before that, you need to know why credit card companies are willing to eliminate dues. “Credit card fighters” is a term recently coined for the debt settlement companies who help people and businesses to fight off their accumulated debts through negotiations.

In most cases, we are not careful while we are using plastic money. We are buying almost everything including daily provisions, furniture and clothes on credit. This increases our monthly bills rapidly. The bank applies interest on our spent amount. Hence, the more we spend, the more we pay. Debt relief seems quite unbelievable. Thus, let’s glance at the logic behind it.

You are taking advantage of recession to eliminate your debt?

Recession is nothing but a big economic problem for everyone. Do you know that credit card debt fighters are able to eliminate debts due to recession? This is really happening and credit card companies are accepting settlement deals and negotiating debt elimination because:

1. Financial companies are running out of customers these days. Because people are trying to survive without plastic money. In other words, they cannot afford to pay massive bills and interest. The existing customers are not paying their dues because they are not in the financial position to do so. Hence monetary firms are not generating any revenue. In addition to that, most of them have not recovered their dues.

2. We commonly hear that lending companies pressurize their customers a lot if clients don’t pay their bills on time, law suits are filed against them. The present situation is quite unfavorable for these firms. A lot of clients are filing for bankruptcy without caring about their future. Once a client files an application for bankruptcy, the money granting firm loses everything which he has spent. Do credit card fighters offer a better deal to them?

3. As a matter of fact debt negotiation is the only sane way out for the financial companies to get something back from consumers or they end up with nothing. So for the card holders it is a win win situation and if they want to retain some of their credit scores intact they can strike a deal with their bank and get their bill reduced.

Is elimination a dependent factor?

How do banks decide the elimination percentage for each customer? Is it awarded randomly? The bank management takes several factors into account before taking this decision. The liability amount is one of them. Credit card fighters are able to get better deals for large liability holders. This is because credit card companies do not earn a substantial amount on small dues. For instance, if you have to pay ten thousand dollars to the bank, you cannot expect eighty percent reduction because this leaves the bank with two thousand dollars only.

The customer record is an important factor as well. Credit card fighters find it hard to get good percentages for loan takers who have been habitual defaulters. The bank management will check your record before the negotiation sessions begin.

Is elimination achievable?

To cut a long story short, with the help of a good settlement company on your side it is now very easy for any person under debt to eliminate his or her unsecured debts almost by half or even more. This is possible just because of the available negotiation option which must be exercised carefully and professionally to get desired results.

For the Ultimate Aerobatic Or Fighter Plane Experience, Visit the Aviation Adventure Industry

Of all of the adventures that people can pursue, piloting an airplane is probably the most exclusive. To begin with, flying an airplane means that you’ll have to invest a reasonable amount of time and money to attain your pilot’s license. Then there’s the cost of buying your own airplane or renting one every time you want fly. In addition, you should also invest in advanced air safety courses to be ready for any unexpected situation that comes your way. Add these three things together and you’re looking at multiple thousands of dollars and hundreds of hours spent pursuing the adventure of personal flight. Perhaps you have the time but not the money to pilot an airplane, or perhaps you have the money but not the time. In either case, there’s no reason to let your dreams of piloting an airplane go by the wayside; not when the aviation adventure industry offers you the ultimate fighter plane experience without even requiring you to possess a pilot’s license.

How is this possible? Companies in the aviation adventure industry draw almost 50 percent of their business from offering flight adventures to members of the general public who don’t possess a pilot’s license. After choosing from a range of customizable flight packages, clients of the aviation adventure industry receive accelerated ground training in flight maneuvers and air safety and then take to the sky with an experienced military fighter pilot riding along as their copilot. Since the planes are equipped with dual controls, the fighter pilot can assume control of the aircraft whenever necessary. What this means is that you can focus on having the adventure of a lifetime without worrying about your safe return to the runway.

Most aviation adventure companies offer two basic kinds of flight adventures: Aerobatic flight and simulated air-to-air combat. A good example of aerobatic flight is the kind of flight that you see in air shows. Flying in an Extra 300L, a high performance aircraft that is regularly used in air shows, you’ll perform a variety of gravity defying, pulse pounding maneuvers that constitute the ultimate adrenaline rush. If you choose a fighter plane experience package, you’ll also be performing some awesome maneuvers, but the main focus will be on simulating every aspect of classic air-to-air combat, even to the point of aiming a real gun sight at enemy aircraft and firing simulated bullets to the sound of machine gun fire. There are several kinds of aerobatic and air combat flight packages to choose from, any of which can be customized to meet your needs.

Aviation adventure packages typically start at less than $500 for one-day flight adventures. But you can also purchase multi-day flight packages that include a little bit of everything for less than $3,900. At first glance, this might seem like a lot of money to invest in a leisure activity. But when you consider that the cost of the average family vacation is around $2,000.00, treating yourself or someone special to the ultimate aerobatic or fighter plane experience doesn’t seem so out of the question. And when you consider the total time and money that goes into piloting an airplane, the flight packages offered by the aviation adventure industry seem like a better deal still.

Worlds Ten Best Mixed Martial Arts Heavyweight Fighters

There’s no better way to stick your neck out that coming up with a top 10 “anything” list. It just gets worse when you talk about combat sports like boxing, kickboxing or mixed martial arts. However, here it is, my top 10 list of heavyweight MMA fighters on the planet.

I need to tell you that when I decided to write down my top 10 list, I didn’t think it would take too long. I believed that I could easily pick 10 fighters that were heads and shoulders above the pack. It wasn’t that easy. I’m sure that there will be a lot of people who disagree with my picks, but isn’t that the point, to start a discussion of who’s the best and who is just there for a paycheck?

The 10th best heavyweight MMA fighter in the world.

This was the toughest position to choose, really there could be 4 or 5 guys tied for this position, but I needed to choose one and it was Mark “The Hammer” Coleman. Mark Coleman was one of MMA’s pioneers, he established ground and pound as a valid MMA skill. In fact, Mark is still one of the most intense fighters in the game. Unfortunately his submission skills (both offensive and defensive) have not improved enough to be competitive with the top fighters in the world.

The 9th best heavyweight MMA fighter in the world

Rashad Evans is my pick for fighter number 9. Rashad is still relatively new to the fight game and his natural athletic ability is as good as it gets. With time Rashad will move much closer to the head of the pack, but for now, congratulations Rashad on your success and making it to the list!

The 8th best heavyweight MMA fighter in the world

Brandon “The Truth” Vera is certainly one of the most exciting heavyweight fighters in the UFC right now and I was tempted to put him in the top 5. However, he needs to beat a more substantial fighter than Frank Mir. While I have the utmost respect for Frank Mir, it’s apparent to me that he’s not the same fighter that he was before his accident. I believe that Brandon will be top 5 on next years list. He’s one quality win away from that (in my eyes).

The 7th best heavyweight MMA fighter in the world

Tim Silvia is the UFC’s heavyweight champion. Why is he only ranked #7, the only explanation I have is that I’ve never personally met anyone who likes to watch Tim Silvia fight. He keeps on winning, but I’m never impressed with his performances. Sorry Tim, that’s the way it is, you sit at number seven and if you don’t start winning fights in a more crowd pleasing manner, I’m afraid you’ll drop off the top 10 entirely.

The 6th best heavyweight MMA fighter in the world

It might surprise you that I put former K-1 fighter Mark Hunt in the top 10. It should surprise you that I put him above Tim Silvia, but I have my reasons. Last year Mark Hunt beat Mirko Cro Cop (by a very close decision) and he also held strong with Fedor Emelianenko, even on the ground, in the most recent Pride event.

The 5th best heavyweight MMA fighter in the world

Josh Barnett is my pick for the 5th best MMA heavyweight fighter in the world. Josh says his style is “pro wrestling”, but don’t mistake his performances as fake. Barnett combines general toughness and strength with much improved stand up and a stellar ground game. His fights are always exciting and often bloody. Josh is a former UFC heavyweight champion with victories over the likes of Randy Couture.

The 4th best heavyweight MMA fighter in the world

A year ago I would have put Andrei Arlovski in the top 3, maybe even top 2, but his losses to Tim Silvia have me wondering. I don’t question Andrei’s skills, he’s an excellent stand up fighter with a strong ground game, I do question whether he is afraid of getting hit after losing to Tim Silvia’s by knockout. By the way, that is a fight he should have won, in my opinion Silvia got lucky (but he seems to do that a lot). I’m looking forward to seeing what 2007 has in store for Andrei.

The 3rd best heavyweight MMA fighter in the world

Who in their right mind would argue that Mirko Cro Cop belongs in the top 3 heavyweight fighters in the world? Now that Mirko has joined the UFC it’s clear that Tim Silvia’s days as champion are numbered. Mirko will hold the UFC heavyweight title in 2007, I’d put money on that one. Mirko’s strength is most certainly his striking, including the best high kicks in the business. Victim’s of Cro Cop’s left high kick is a list of MMA royalty…I wonder if he can get that kick 6 foot 7 (Tim Silvia’s height).

The 2rd best heavyweight MMA fighter in the world is none other than Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira, Nog for short. Nog has faces the absolute best of MMA and the only fighter who has consistently had his number is Fedor. He has beaten Cro Cop and most recently Josh Barnett. He is a talented master of submissions, has good stand up and as shown in his match against Bob Sapp, he is tough as nails and can take a punch.

The best heavyweight fighter in the world is Fedor Emelyanenko. There can be no argument, he’s beaten every other fighter on this list (at least those who’ve faced him). Congrats Fedor, you’re #1!

That’s it, my list of the top 10 heavyweight fighters in the world. Keep watching the fights.