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Historic Debt Consolidation Ads

Advertisements for debt consolidation loans are nothing new. Check out these gems from the past.

Historic Debt Consolidation Ads
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“GET YOUR DEBTS SQUARED UP” BY
obtaining money through us; all that is required
that you hold a salaried position; no red tape; terms to suit
easiest payments; allowance made for payment
made before due; deal with us and save money.
Syracuse Discount Co. Kirk Bld

LOANS ON SALARIES — WE GUARANTEE THE
lowest rates; call on us; it pays to shop; try
it; consolidate your bills by getting a loan of us
and pay in one place; patronize home industry.
Reliable Salary Credit Co. 408 The Kirk Bldg.

The Post-Standard, January 20, 1911, Syracuse, New York
Historic Debt Consolidation Ads
The Post-Standard, January 20, 1911, Syracuse, New York

Historic Debt Consolidation Ads
San Antonio Express – December 16, 1929, San Antonio, Texas

Historic Debt Consolidation Ads
Oshkosh Daily Northwestern – July 23, 1930, Oshkosh, Wisconsin

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