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GetOutOfDebt.org Reader Becomes Winner in Video Contest

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A month ago I announced a contest that was being help by LendingClub.com and Perkstreet.com to find winners for their contest of user submitted videos on shredding your credit card. I’m happy to announce that one of our fellow site readers is one of the gift card winners. Their winning video is below. Awesome video and very funny. I can ... Read More »

Would You Shred Your Credit Card for $1,000?

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My friends over at LendingClub.com are participating in a contest to giveaway $1,000 to the winner of the Shred Your Credit Card contest. You can always use the cash to dig your way out of debt. That would be the really conventional approach. My suggestion is to use $333 to pay off debt and use $333 to put into that ... Read More »

Giving Away $100. Tell Us Your Plan For Dealing With Holiday Bills.

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My friend Matt Jabs (@MattJabs) who writes the excellent site Debt Free Adventure and I were talking the other day and one of us said, “You know what, we should run a contest and give away $100 to one of our readers who can tell us how they are going to deal with holiday bills.” And I guess that’s how ... Read More »

Get Some Free Stuff From LendingClub.com

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Well it’s official, LendingClub.com has lost their mind. LOL. They picked me as one of the top five best “DebtBuster” bloggers to share these free gifts with if you want to take the DebtBuster Challenge to get out of debt. Actually, I am very flattered. And you know how I’m all about getting out of debt! So here’s the deal ... Read More »

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