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Next Step MasterCard Targets Addicts. Makes Them Jones for It to Work.

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The new Next Step MasterCard has a special purpose, it’s supposed to make it harder for addicts to partake of their vice and use their debit card as the needle. The debit card restricts use at locations that people might be tempted to unload their debit card to feed their habit. Places like liquor stores, bars, gambling places, ATMs, tattoo ... Read More »

I’m Addicted to Gambling and Casinos. I Also Have an Abusive Husband. – Sherry

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“Dear Steve, I discovered casinos while I was doing sales in Wa. It was a great stress relief. With an abusive husband, and no one to talk to, I liked to get away. I didnt really talk to anyone, just enjoyed the thrill of gambling. I win alot..Not a lot of money, but I win. Love the Bonuses..My friend tell ... Read More »

Boyfriend Cheats Me Out Of Money To Feed His Debt Habit

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I’d like to follow up with my previous article, How Do You Value Your Quality of Life? Debt Solutions to Fix The Future In this article I showcased a friend of mine, Michael. I should point out that Michael was much more than a friend to me, we had been in a very serious relationship for a year and a ... Read More »

My Wife Went Bankrupt Last Year And Now She Has 20 Payday Loans and is in Trouble Again. – Michael

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Michael “Dear Steve, My soon to be ex wife and I went bankrupt in May 2008, mainly because of her excessive spending, gambling and check writing. She is now over 35,000 in debt again and trying to hit me up for large sums of money (I do not have) to bail her out. I dont know anyway for her to ... Read More »

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