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    1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 28, 2009 2:31 PM by LUCKIEST

    Solutions for debt problems

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      My credit card bills are out of control. I can't make my
      minimum payments anymore and my four credit cards are maxed out. The APRs are
      ridiculous, but with my credit score, I can't qualify for anything better.
      Collection calls are becoming more frequent and I'm not sure what to do. Is
      there an easy solution? Maybe Credit
      Counseling[/url] or Debt
      Consolidation[/url]? Or how about
      Debt Negotiation[/url]? Does anyone
      know the difference? What would work best for me?


      Favorite Quote:

      "Try not to become a man of success but rather to become a
      man of value." -Albert Einstein
        • Re: Solutions for debt problems
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