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I Need Advice About CareOneCredit.com And My Situation. – Shannon

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“Dear Steve, I am almost 24 years old. My salary is $30,000. I have a school loan which is almost $31,000 and I have the payments according to salary, which I have to reapply for each year and am currently set to pay about $77/month so I can pay more on my credit cards. I have about $25,000 total of ... Read More »

I Feel Mentally and Physically Sick About Our Debt. – TamaraJane

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Tamara “Dear Steve, I feel sick about this debt and it’s taking it’s toll mentally and physically! My husband & I are in huge credit card debt ($83,000) due to some tax issues and his unemployment for more than a year. We currently rent a home, but just before my husband lost his job we purchased a small cabin and ... Read More »

I Have Been with CareOne for 3 Months and I Am Having Difficulty Paying the $594 Monthly Payment. – Jim

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“Dear Steve, I have been with CareOne for 3 months and I am having difficulty paying the $594.00 monthly payment, behind one month on car. What can I do? Jim” Don’t miss our free Get Out of Debt – “How To” Guide Series on a number of topics, for loads of practical advice, tips, and help to beat back debt. ... Read More »

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