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Karen Writes In “Ex-Husband Isn’t Paying The Bills and He’s Trashed My Credit. What Can I Do to Repair It?”

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“Dear Steve, I have been divorced for one year. Our house was in my name and husbands. He never refnanced or sold the home. His late payments have started to ruin my credit report and credit score. Now it look as if the bank will foreclose. How can I repair my credit and how long will it take me? Karen” ... Read More »

ML Writes In, “I Can’t Pay My American Express Card.”

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“Dear Steve, I am self employed and have lost an important account. I now cannot pay the minimum on my American Express card, which is $2,000.00. If I pay them I can’t pay my other expenses. Have you any ideas ?” Dear ML, Ouch! I know how much it hurts to lose a major account and have your income suddenly ... Read More »

Diane Writes In “I Want to Settle My Debt. My Creditor Wants to Take Me to Court.”

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Diane wrote to me at the GetOutOfDebt.org site and asked for help with her debt situation. You can write me too if you need help. Here is what Diane said: “Dear Steve, I have signed up with New Beginnings to get out of debt. I have paid them for two months so far and have stopped paying on a loan ... Read More »

Donald Writes In And Asks For Help “I’m Getting Behind on Bills!”

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“I’m starting to get behind on bills. I owe $180,000.00 total: two houses ($12,500.00 and $35,000.00 appraisal) $97,000.00 and $24,000.00 owed. A 2006 van, 2005 truck, 2006 motorcycle, $13,000.00 credit card debt, a 2004 450 4 wheeler, but I can pay only $1200.00 every two weeks. Any suggestions?” Donald, It sounds like you’ve had quite a good time over the ... Read More »

Ryan Writes In Looking For His Lifestyle Back

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Ryan wrote me through the GetOutofDebt.org site asking about how to resolve his debt situation. If you have a question you’d like to ask, just send it to me using the form at the bottom of this article. “I have about 20-25k in outstanding credit card debt, along with 10k in car payments still as well as a recent condo ... Read More »

Charlotte Writes In, “I’m Desperate To Get Out of Debt”

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Charlotte wrote to me at GetOutOfDebt.org and asked for free advice and help, which I gladly give. You can write me using the forms on the site. “Steve, I owe nearly $20,000 on a loan, a bunch of credit cards and some store cards as well. I’m 27 and I still live with my parents because I just can’t get ... Read More »

Ginger Asks “I Started My Business On Credit Cards But It’s Hard to Make Payments”

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Giner wrote in through the GetOutOfDebt.org site and asked for help. “I started a new business, had a few small credit card balances before, but had to use them, plus acquiring a few more, and with the balance trasfer deals, I now have 8 cards with a total debt of $50,000+. I manage to stay a float, my business has ... Read More »

Christy Asks “Why Should I Even Bother With Getting Out of Debt?”

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Christy wrote me at GetOutofDebt.org and asked me the following question. “I’ve been in debt so long I don’t even see why I should bother to get out of debt. It’s the American way. You get stuff, make payments and get more stuff. I think I’ll just stop worrying about getting out of debt.” Christy, You are right, the cornerstone ... Read More »

Holly Writes In “I’ve Kept This Secret From Him For a Long Time.”

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Holly wrote in and asked her question through the GetOutofDebt.org site. You can too. “Hey there, I have been with my boyfriend awhile now, and we’ve just started to talk about purchasing a house and getting a joint credit card. We’ve never discussed finances further than how much money we make per year. I have bad credit, and I’m pretty ... Read More »

Anne Writes In “I Am Going Crazy With Worry”

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Anne wrote me through the GetOutofDebt.org site and asked for help. You can write me also and ask for help. Anne says “I have a large debt load and I am unable to make the payments. I have been on short term disability for eight weeks which has made an already difficult time even worse. Some of the creditors have ... Read More »

Jess Writes In “My Mobile Home Has a Hole In It”

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Jess used the form at the bottom of this post to send in the following question. “My babies mother and I have lived in a mobile home for the past three years. We had been having a tough time making the payments for the truck. Just last week we found some water damage in the floor of our mobile home ... Read More »

Catherine Asks If There Is Hope Or Help For Debt

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Catherine writes in: “My husband and I are behind on a few of our loans and one is a vehicle payment and the other if a flexline loan( pretty much a credit card) we have talked about bankrupcy but would like to avoid that. Are there any companies out there that offer help for these things.” Catherine, Thank you for ... Read More »

Janie Writes in “Are Debt Counselors Safe?”

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Janie wrote me and asked me the following question: “I’m running into deep debt and I’m thinking of using one of the debt counselors I’ve seen on my local television station to help me get out of debt. Are they safe?” Janie, Well you’ve come to the right place for an expert answer. If you are concerned about the safety ... Read More »

Lenora Asks The Squirrel – “What Should I Do About My Debts?”

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Lenora wrote to me and asked: Dear Get Out of Debt Squirrel, What should I do about my debts? I am trying to set up a budget, but even with a budget, I can’t make all my payments. I need help now? I have over $23,000 in credit card bills and I want to get free of all of them. ... Read More »

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