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I’m Living in Guam But Have Problems With My Mortgage in the Philippines. – Chi-Chi

“Dear Steve,

i am a temporary worker here in Guam,,,, i am a non-US citizen. i have a house mortgage back in the Philippines.

is it possbel for me to apply for the get out of debt program? can you please give me some suggestions.

Chi-Chi”

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The Answer

Dear Chi-Chi,

I’m not exactly clear if you issue is with the mortgage or other consumer debt. Also, what country are the creditors you are having problems with located in?

Please post your responses and follow-up messages to me on this in the comments section below.

Big Hug!

Im Living in Guam But Have Problems With My Mortgage in the Philippines.   Chi Chi
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  • chi-chi

    the creditor is from philippines the PAG-IBIG HDMF (housing development mutual fund) a government owned lending office…..thank you very much for your prompt reply

    • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

      I would suggest you contact them directly and talk to them about internal solutions they may offer to assist you.

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