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I’ve Struggled to Pay On Two of My Cards But Capital One Just Sued Me. – Stacia

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“Dear Steve, I am 26, engaged, and have one child. I graduated with a BA in 2008 and the only job I found was as a secretary at the university I went to school at. While in college I racked up $20,000 in federal loans and $15,000 in a private loan. I also managed get myself in trouble with credit ... Read More »

The Judgment Against Me Has Almost Doubled And I’m Tired of Running. – Lucy

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“Dear Steve, I have a judgement that is 11 years old in the state of VA.The original debt was about 13000 but is currently at 25,000. I want to make a offer not to file bankruptcy if the creditor will accept $3300 in exchange for a certificate of satisfaction for the judgement. But I am afraid the creditor will acept ... Read More »

American Express is Suing Me. – Vince

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“Dear Steve, I have a $13,000 debt with AMEX that we have made monthly payments on until October 2009. As a result of being self employed and experiencing a poor 4th quarter in 2008 we have not been able to make the monthly payments on AMex as well as a several other credits cards equating to an additional $27,000. AMEX ... Read More »

I Missed My Court Date Because My Son Has Autism and I Forgot. – Stephanie

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“Dear Steve, I had a summon against me but didnt show up to court because I was served after the court date & it honestly slipped my mind i know you are thinkind how could i forget, but after dealing with my son that has autism i really did forget, eventhough i know that is not an excuse. So now ... Read More »

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