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I’m Getting Ready to be a Nurse in Wyoming But Got a Big Collection Notice I Can’t Pay. – Kristie

“Dear Steve,

Hi my name is kristie I got a collections paper in the mail todayfor $3800. I’m a new mother and just finished my can schooling and took my state boards and now am waiting to be added to the wyoming state boards of nursing registry so I ca find a job at a hospital. I work a minimum wage job and its only part time so I am already struggling to afford my everyday life bills for my daughter and I and now this in top of it. I NEED HELP!!!!!

How can I get out of this sitation?

Kristie”

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The Answer

Dear Kristie,

Can you please post some additional information in the comments below about what the collection account is and if you feel the debt is one you owe?

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

Big Hug!

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