So, how to do that and how its works?
Now's the time to devise a spending plan that reduces your debt and sets you up to pay on time, every time. If you're having difficulty making payments, be proactive. Call your creditors and negotiate to keep your accounts current and from being reported as delinquent or "bad debt." You can ask for reduced monthly payments or even change due dates to balance out your monthly bills.
The same strategy can be used for fixed-loan payments. Remember, though, that this is a short-term strategy. You'll pay more interest to extend the repayment schedule, but it allows you to stay current and save your credit rating. Use the extra money to pay off debts one at a time, gradually increasing payments to other debts.
Deal with any collection accounts. Unpaid collections are worse than paid collections. You can negotiate a payoff settlement that reduces your bill, plus demand that all derogatory remarks are removed from your credit report or at least reported as paid in full. Be sure to get all agreements in writing before sending off your payment.
Ps: Sometimes, you will feel hard. But its better you try it than not doing anything right?