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I Got Into Trouble With a Bill Me Later Account. – Anita

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“Dear Steve, MY UNCLE HAD AN ACCOUNT WITH BILL ME LATER FOR MANY YEARS. HE RECENTLY PASSED AWAY AND THIS ACCOUNT WAS STILL USED. I HAD MADE PAYMENTS ON IT REGULARLY. THEN BML CANCELLED THE ACCOUNT AND I AM RECEIVING LETTERS FROM SIMM ASSOCIATES ADDRESS TO MY UNCLES ESTATE. CREDIT LINE WAS INCREASED PERIODICALLY FROM $1,000 TO $5.500 IN VARIOUS ... Read More »

Bill Me Later Wants Me to Pay But I Can’t. Can I Settle With Bill Me Later? – Michael

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My name is Michael, and I am 23 years old, 2500 dollars in debt to bill me later, and earn 8.50 an hour working for a computer retailer. I had never been given much to work with before, so I went nuts. Always saying “This will be my last purchase.” I screwed up. Badly. Recently, my payments have begun increasing. ... Read More »

The Importance of Reading the Fine Print of Credit Agreements

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Last week a concerned mother wrote to us here at GetOutOfDebt.org with a predicament with her son’s BillMeLater Account. Her concerns are as follows: “This debt is just outrageous and needs to stop with the deferred payment that they are going to sock onto this debt and will never be paid off. There is no reasoning with them at all ... Read More »

Bill Me Later – DIY Credit Counseling Repayment Plan Terms

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The following information is designed to assist you to put together a self-directed debt repayment plan with the creditor listed. This information has been obtained from a number of sources and while believed accurate at the time it was posted, it may have changed. However, it is good information to use to get an understanding of the types of things ... Read More »

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