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Can Credit Answers Really Negotiate My Debt? – Olga

have $90000 cc debt. signed on with credit answers. until june 2009 have paid monthly cards steadfastly. Credit Answers asked 11% fee. Have been paying now for 4 months and banking monies. monthly payment to my savings account is $1500, which I can handle (cc cards were going to lift interest rates with no opportunity to transfer balances to make my monthly payments unaffordable (up to 3500 per month)). I can handle the 1500 per month. I should have 37500 to negotiate my debt by end of 36 months. Credit Answers says they will be able to negotiate my debt by end of 36 months I will be debt free.

Can Credit Answers negotiate my debt?

Olga

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