I am having a rough time here with credit card debt being that I have been paying 30% in interest for the most part. I can’t get out of this debt and at 30% interest, the debt continues to grow. I found an ad in the Penny Saver for debt relief. I called and they have sent me some paper work. My room mate was helping me with the paper work and was a bit suspicious and began a search of the company, (CountryWide Debt Relief in Brea, CA). This is how I found you and I am now writing to you.
My roommate is saying that CountryWide Debt Relief is a scam. I am writing you to see if that is your conclusion regarding them too.
I am trying to get this financial mess of mine finished with and would like to NOT have to file bankruptcy if possible. I am 63 years old and I have had 2 heart attacks with a double by-pass surgery a little over 10 years ago, so I’m not sure how much longer I will be able to work and I don’t want to leave my family with all this debt being that at the time of the by-pass they gave me 10 to 20 years. I am now over the 10 year mark, thereby on “borrowed time”.
I have a “phone” interview with CountryWide Debt Relief this evening at 5 pm and I’m hoping to hear from you before that time. I have no idea where to start in getting this credit card problem resolved – bankruptcy or not. Any and all information/help you can send my way is appreciated.
Thanking you in advance,
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