I am 24, I moved to Oklahoma in December of 08, it took me a while to find a good job. I have been working steadily now for about 4 months and trying to get back on track.
I planned on going to school and therefore being able to get in-school deferment on my student loans, but with my work schedule I am unable to go to school.
I have credit card payments, student loans, and some medical bills that I am trying to pay, along with rent, and other necessities. I do not go out, or spend money on anything else, I am trying to get a second job, and I think I will have an interview next week.
Until I get extra money rolling in, what can I tell the bill collecters that keep calling? I do not have money to pay all of them every month. I did get some economic hardship deferments on my student loans, but they only last for 3 months and not all of them accepted me for deferment. I just want to work and pay my bills. I am trying, but its just not good enough for the people that want money from me.
Is there anything I can do to get the bill collectors off my back for a few months?
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The AnswerIs There Anything I Can Do to Get the Bill Collectors Off My Back for a Few Months? - Nadia by Steve Rhode