RESET

vb [ri ˡsɛt] –sets, -setting, set (tr)

1. to set again
2. to restore to zero

    YOU NEED A LOAN BUT

  • You’re already in debt
  • You don’t have the cashflow
  • You don’t qualify
Push the reset button
on your finances and
get that loan!

RESET SAVES
YOU MONEY!

REGISTER NOW

Sign up for RESET today and
take control of your debt

WHAT IS RESET?

RESET calculates how much you can save by restructuring your debt portfolio.

It does a quick assessment of your debt, through (with your permission) its live interface with the Credit Bureau. It then calculates the maximum savings amount available to you should you pay up your outstanding creditors, and take out a proposed loan amount at a proposed interest rate.

RESET will generate a comprehensive analytical report, detailing your unique scenario, and should you wish to proceed, we can also assist you with the consolidation loan application.

GET RID OF DEBT WITH RESET

Jim has an unsecured debt of R88 000. He has store cards, medical aid, a bond and car payments. He’s feeling the pressure of monthly payments and limited income.
He needs to provide for his family, but he’s feeling shackled. If only Jim could find some extra money and free up his cash flow.
He decides to press the RESET button, and fills out the simple and secure registration form online.
Jim gives permission for the RESET program to fetch a Credit Bureau report on his debt profile.
RESET tells him that he can save R1 706 every month by restructuring his current debt. That’s an annual savings of R20 470!
Jim decides to proceed and the system sends him the detailed RESET report, explaining his savings.
The report shows Jim that through RESET’s clever algorithms and calculations, exactly which debt he should settle into one consolidated loan and release savings he didn’t even know he had!
Jim elects for Blue Oak Systems to arrange the loan and deal with his creditors on his behalf.
He now has R20 470 more every year to breathe easier, cover his expenses and take care of his family.
Jim feels like a new man, and all it took was pushing a RESET button.