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Resuelve tu Deuda was founded by Javier Velasquez and Juan Pablo Zorrilla, who found a new alternative to solve the problem of over-indebtedness in Mexico. The idea was born while they were pursuing a master's degree in business at Stanford University (California, USA) and after several months of hard work in September 2009 they began their operations to become the first credit repair company in Mexico.
Resuelve emerges as a company capable of resolving the unpayable debts of thousands of Mexicans who were victims of over-indebtedness registered between the years 2002 to 2009. In Resuelve we understand the great need of Mexicans to have a reliable advisor to help them solve their financial problems . At the same time, we are able to repair the past due loans of banks, which has suffered a great deterioration in recent years.
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